The Jacksonville Jaguars introduced some jersey quantity adjustments on Thursday, together with adjustments for a trio of beginning defenders.
The next gamers have modified their jersey numbers:
- Security Andre Cisco: 5 (previously 38)
- Offensive lineman Cole Van Lanen: 70 (previously 61)
- Linebacker Foyesade Oluokun: 23 (previously 54)
- CB Darious Williams: 31 (previously 21)
- WR Tim Jones: 15 (previously 83)
- S Chris Claybrooks: 6 (previously 27)
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The Jaguars will introduce their new numbers formally on Sept. 11 in opposition to the Washington Commanders, a highway opener that can see the Jaguars debut the Doug Pederson period.
“I put rather a lot on the gamers. I’ve considered it rather a lot even again in February and March earlier than the gamers bought in right here in April like how are they going to view me, how are they going to see me, what sort of chief am I, and I feel instantly they noticed the kind of coach that I’m and hopefully a high-character person who they noticed, a man they might belief, and so they actually embraced that,” Pederson stated this week. “Then it goes again on the participant. The gamers have to purchase into what we’re bringing as a workers. It carries over into coaching camp.
“I feel they’ve seen how I function, how I conduct practices, how I conduct conferences. I’m very open with them. I give them numerous data. I don’t need anybody to fail, so I give them as a lot data as I can to allow them to keep up on every little thing, so I feel by means of all of that, the way in which I messaged, form of choose your spots the place you need to again off on the fellows somewhat bit and form of acquire their belief from there, you simply form of know that. I feel that’s a part of the previous participant, having been within the locker room for 14 seasons and feeling that myself with coaches and being ablet to carry that right here, I feel they actually have labored by means of it tremendously. Trent talked about it, I’ll say it, they’re in a great place mentally and bodily proper now, locked in and able to go.”