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50 Allen, Russell LB 6-3 234 23 R San Diego State
85 Angulo, Richard TE 6-8 272 28 6 Western New Mexico
40 Bell, Kyle FB 6-1 234 23 R Colorado State
78 Black, Jordan OT 6-5 305 29 6 Notre Dame
44 Bolen, Brock FB 6-0 233 24 R Louisville
4 Bouman, Todd QB 6-2 236 36 11 St. Cloud State
41 Brackenridge, Tyron CB 5-11 189 25 3 Washington State
73 Britton, Eben OT 6-6 310 21 R Arizona
35 Brown, Weldon CB 5-10 184 22 R Louisiana Tech
90 Bruce, Mkristo DE 6-6 263 24 1 Washington State
37 Considine, Sean S 6-0 212 26 5 Iowa
21 Cox, Derek CB 6-1 190 22 R William and Mary
26 Cox, Kennard DB 6-0 197 23 1 Pittsburgh
46 Davis, Charles TE 6-6 268 26 1 Purdue
43 Desormeaux, Michael SS 6-0 215 23 R Louisiana-Lafayette
87 Dillard, Jarett WR 5-10 187 23 R Rice
18 Dupree, Maurice WR 5-10 177 23 R Jacksonville State
56 Durant, Justin LB 6-1 240 23 3 Hampton
99 Ellison, Atiyyah DT 6-3 322 27 3 Missouri
5 English, Jason WR 5-10 201 23 R Tuskegee
83 Estandia, Greg TE 6-8 266 26 3 Nevada-Las Vegas
36 Forrester, Mesphin DB 6-2 207 23 R Washington
9 Garrard, David QB 6-1 236 31 8 East Carolina
54 Groves, Quentin DE 6-3 264 24 2 Auburn
91 Harvey, Derrick DE 6-5 281 22 2 Florida
97 Hayward, Reggie DE 6-5 275 30 9 Iowa State
98 Henderson, John DT 6-7 335 30 8 Tennessee
81 Holt, Torry WR 6-0 200 33 11 North Carolina State
16 Hughes, Nate WR 6-2 195 24 1 Alcorn State
60 Hypolite, George DT 6-1 305 21 R Colorado
51 Ingram, Clint LB 6-2 240 26 4 Oklahoma
42 Ittersagen, Pete CB 5-10 189 23 R Wheaton
59 Iwuh, Brian LB 6-0 239 25 4 Colorado
22 James, William CB 6-0 200 29 9 Western Illinois
23 Jennings, Rashad RB 6-1 235 24 R Liberty
33 Jones, Greg FB/RB 6-1 254 28 6 Florida State
32 Jones-Drew, Maurice RB/KR 5-7 208 24 4 UCLA
96 Knighton, Terrance DT 6-3 325 22 R Temple
66 Landri, Derek DT 6-2 290 25 3 Notre Dame
17 Lemon, Cleo QB 6-2 220 29 6 Arkansas State
95 Lewis, Jonathan DT 6-0 305 24 3 Virginia Tech
89 Lewis, Marcedes TE 6-6 275 25 4 UCLA
47 Lorenzen, Tyler TE 6-5 229 23 R Connecticut
30 Lowry, Calvin DB 5-11 203 26 4 Penn State
67 Manuwai, Vince G 6-2 333 28 7 Hawaii
27 Mathis, Rashean CB 6-1 193 28 7 Bethune-Cookman
20 McCree, Marlon S 5-11 204 32 9 Kentucky
63 Meester, Brad C 6-3 311 32 10 Northern Iowa
92 Meier, Rob DT/DE 6-5 315 31 10 Washington State
61 Miller, Drew C/G 6-5 302 23 2 Florida
49 Miller, Zach TE 6-4 245 24 R Nebraska-Omaha
94 Mincey, Jeremy DE 6-3 270 25 3 Florida
75 Monroe, Eugene OT 6-5 320 22 R Virginia
58 Myles, Lamar LB 5-11 230 23 1 Louisville
46 Navarre, Jeremy DE 6-3 279 22 R Maryland
25 Nelson, Reggie S 5-11 202 25 3 Florida
64 Newton, Cecil C 6-2 310 23 R Tennessee State
62 Norman, Dennis OL 6-5 313 29 9 Princeton
86 Northcutt, Dennis WR/PR 5-11 172 31 10 Arizona
77 Nwaneri, Uche G 6-3 329 25 3 Purdue
24 Owens, Montell FB 5-10 225 25 4 Maine
79 Pashos, Tony OT 6-6 326 28 7 Illinois
39 Pearman, Alvin RB/PR 5-10 204 26 4 Virginia
15 Peterson, Todd WR 6-4 215 23 R Nebraska
3 Podlesh, Adam P 5-11 200 25 3 Maryland
10 Scobee, Josh K 6-1 210 26 6 Louisiana Tech
57 Shaw, Tim LB 6-1 236 25 2 Penn State
52 Smith, Daryl LB 6-2 249 27 6 Georgia Tech
12 Smith, Paul QB 6-1 202 24 1 Tulsa
31 Starks, Scott CB 5-9 178 25 5 Wisconsin
70 Stephenson, Cameron G 6-3 326 25 1 Rutgers
80 Thomas, Mike WR 5-8 198 22 R Arizona
72 Thomas, Tra OT 6-7 316 34 12 Florida State
19 Underwood, Tiquan WR 6-1 178 22 R Rutgers
11 Walker, Mike WR 6-2 214 24 3 Central Florida
34 Washington, Chauncey RB 5-11 222 23 2 Southern California
6 Weatherford, Steve P 6-3 210 26 4 Illinois
29 Williams, Brian DB 5-11 202 29 8 North Carolina State
55 Williams, Johnny LB 6-2 246 23 R Kentucky
45 Williams, Julius DE 6-2 260 22 R Connecticut
74 Williams, Maurice OT/G 6-5 302 30 9 Michigan
53 Williams, Thomas LB 6-1 237 24 2 Southern California
84 Williamson, Troy WR 6-1 203 26 5 South Carolina
38 Witherspoon, Brian CB 5-10 180 24 2 Stillman
93 Wyche, James DE 6-5 279 27 4 Syracuse
88 Zelenka, Joe LS/TE 6-3 260 33 11 Wake Forest

Preseason

Date Opponent Location Time TV
Aug. 17 at Miami Dolphins Dolphin Stadium 7:30 p.m. WTEV CBS-47
Aug. 22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 7:30 p.m. WTEV TV-47
Aug. 27 at Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field 7:00 p.m. WTEV TV-47
Sept. 3 Washington Redskins Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 7:30 p.m. WTEV TV-47

Regular Season

Date Opponent Location Time TV
Sep. 13 at Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Field 1:00pm CBS
Sep. 20 Arizona Cardinals Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 1:00pm FOX
Sep. 27 at Houston Texans Reliant Stadium 1:00pm CBS
Oct. 4 Tennessee Titans Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 1:00pm CBS
Oct. 11 at Seattle Seahawks Qwest Field 4:15pm CBS
Oct. 18 St. Louis Rams Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 1:00pm FOX
Oct. 25 BYE
Nov. 1 at Tennessee Titans LP Field 4:05pm CBS
Nov. 8 Kansas City Chiefs Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 1:00pm CBS
Nov. 15 at N.Y. Jets Meadowlands 1:00pm CBS
Nov. 22 Buffalo Bills Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 1:00pm CBS
Nov. 29 at San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park 4:05pm CBS
Dec. 6 Houston Texans Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 1:00pm CBS
Dec. 13 Miami Dolphins Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 1:00pm CBS
Dec. 17 (Thu) Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 8:20pm NFLN
Dec. 27 at New England Patriots Gillette Stadium 1:00pm CBS
Jan. 3 at Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns Stadium 1:00pm CBS

This unique, nationally recognized program uses seats at Jaguars home games as incentives to encourage children and youth to set and achieve ambitious but realistic goals. Goal setting involves academic achievement, behavioral improvement, and performing public service. Interested nonprofit agencies from within five Northeast Florida counties (i.e., Duval, Baker, Clay, Nassau, and St. Johns only) are eligible to apply. The flexibility of the program allows agencies to determine how best to use seats as motivational goals. Youth must be between the ages of 9 and 17 to earn their seat to a game, and do not have to be A-B honor roll students to participate. All applications are reviewed by a diverse volunteer committee.

A 1997 independent study, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, reported that participating youth and agencies experienced significant benefits as a result of their involvement. Specifically, the goal-setting process of Honor Rows (versus allocating game tickets as a "free giveaway") improved a youth's self-image, self-discipline and self-determination.

Youth in the study indicated that the experience taught them important lessons, including:

  • Reinforcing their ability to believe in themselves by desiring to do better in school, to work hard, and to improve their personal behavior.
  • Demonstrating the importance of personal accomplishment, which was then rewarded by a ticket to a game, and understanding that hard work will be rewarded later in life.
  • Fostering altruism and helping them make a direct link between their public service and the "greater good."

Agencies reported that their participation in the Honors Rows program improved the capacity of their staff to operate effective programs, enhanced their ability to track client progress, increased the level of adult oversight/interaction with the youth in their care, and helped leverage various financial and in-kind resources (i.e., grants, individual gifts, recognition through awards/prizes, media coverage, etc.).

The Honor Rows program is sponsored by Reebok, with additional support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The United Way of Northeast Florida mobilizes game-day volunteers to ensure the overall safety and enjoyment of Honor Rows participants. The Jaguars Foundation received the 1996 and 2003 Governor's Community Investment Award for this program and, through the Sports Philanthropy Project, serves as a demonstration site for other professional sports leagues and franchises.

The Jacksonville Jaguars celebrate the franchise's 15th season in 2009. Under Wayne Weaver's direction the team ranks ninth in the NFL and sixth among AFC teams during its history, with a record of 118-106 in the regular season. The Jaguars quickly became the most successful expansion franchise in NFL history after joining the league in 1995, advancing to the playoffs four times in the first five seasons with two division titles and two appearances in the AFC Championship game during that time.

Entering 2009 the Jaguars are coming off a busy offseason which saw the promotion of Gene Smith to General Manager, and a series of roster moves made with the intent of competing every season for a division crown and playoff berth.

“We have made some tough decisions and some significant moves this year,” Weaver explained, “and every one of them was made in the interest of competing at the highest level. We have re-emphasized character and accountability on our team, and that theme will continue through the process of building this roster. We want to always represent Jacksonville well, both on the field and in our community.”

Last season the Jaguars finished 5-11 despite injuries that resulted in just four players starting all 16 games, and a total of 15 players were on injured reserve at the end of the year. Early-season wins against Indianapolis, Houston and Denver over a four-week span were positive signs, as was a late-season victory against Green Bay.

Weaver and his partners surprised the football world by winning an NFL expansion franchise for the city of Jacksonville on November 30, 1993. In 1994 Weaver presided over the building of one of the NFL's showpiece stadiums, and in the 1995 inaugural season the expansion team took the field. In 1996 Weaver saw his young team win seven consecutive late-season games, including two playoff victories in Buffalo and Denver, and advance to within one win of the Super Bowl. That year's playoff victory over the Broncos is regarded as one of pro football's greatest upsets. The 1997 Jaguars won 11 games, more than any third-year NFL team had ever won, and in 1998 the Jaguars claimed their first AFC Central division title as the franchise hosted its first-ever home playoff game. In 1999 the Jaguars finished with the NFL's best record, a 14-2 regular season mark, as the team hosted the AFC Championship game in Jacksonville in its fourth straight playoff appearance.

The Jaguars returned to the playoffs under Jack Del Rio in 2005 and 2007, the team's fifth and sixth playoff berths. The 2005 squad posted a 12-4 record before losing in New England in January. In 2007 the Jaguars went 11-5 and advanced to the second round of the playoffs, claiming the team's first postseason win in seven years. The Jaguars' Wild Card victory over the Steelers marked the first time in league history that a visiting team won in Pittsburgh twice in one season. The promising campaign ended, however, the following week in a Divisional Playoff loss to the undefeated Patriots.

In hosting Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville on February 6, 2005, Weaver put an exclamation point on the first decade of NFL football in Jacksonville. The smallest city to host the league's crown jewel, Jacksonville saw its leaders and citizens rally together to create a successful and memorable Super Bowl experience.

A highly successful entrepreneur throughout his business career, Weaver brought with him to Jacksonville great energy, enthusiasm and keen business acumen. He wanted a model football franchise and a team that would contend for the playoffs in a short time. Weaver serves as the Jaguars' chairman and chief executive officer, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the team while allowing his staff the autonomy to do its jobs. That's the Weaver way, and it has long proven to be a winning way.

But if football is his passion, Weaver also takes pride and joy in his other businesses. He is chairman and the Weaver family is majority owner of Shoe Carnival, Inc., one of the nation's fastest-growing shoe retailers that is based in Evansville, Ind. He also serves as chairman and CEO of Liz Claiborne Shoes, a wholesale distributor to upscale department stores across the country that is headquartered in Jacksonville. Previously Weaver was co-owner, president and CEO of Nine West Group, Inc., the leading designer and marketer of women's footwear. Throughout his business career, Weaver has maintained a commitment to philanthropic endeavors. Since the awarding of the Jaguars franchise, Wayne and Delores Weaver have focused their charitable efforts through the Weaver Family Foundation and the Jaguars Foundation. Weaver is a member of three NFL committees, serving as chairman of the Business Ventures Committee while also serving on the Finance and Investment Committees. He is past chairman of the Fashion Footwear Association of New York, and also served on the boards of Stein Mart, the Jacksonville Zoo, the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, and the Alliance for World Class Education. Weaver was born on January 14, 1935 in Columbus, Ga. A high-school graduate, he rose through the ranks of Brown Group, Inc., a major St. Louis-based shoe company. After serving as senior vice president, he departed in 1978 to become president and CEO of Nine West. Wayne and Delores live in Jacksonville. They have been married for 54 years and have a daughter Leigh, a son Bradley, and two grandchildren, Morgan and Nash.


Front Office Management

Tim Connolly Sr. V.P. of Business Development
Dan Edwards V.P. of Communications & Media
Bill Prescott CFO/Sr. V. P. of Stadium Ops.
Paul Vance Sr. V.P. of Football Ops./General Counsel
Tim Bishko Director of Ticket Operations
Sashi Brown Assistant General Counsel
Skip Richardson Exec. Dir. of Football Ops. & Facilities
Bruce Swindell Exec. Dir. of Information Technology
Tim Walsh Director of Football Administration
Macky Weaver Exec. Dir. of Corp. Sponsorship