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Jaguars rule out nearly every starter on their roster for Hall of Fame Game

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On Thursday, the NFL will get its first real taste of football with its annual Hall of Fame preseason game. Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Las Vegas Raiders outfit: Almost no players you’ve ever heard of.

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The Jaguars have announced which players have been eliminated from the game, and the list is broad:

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Travis Etienne Jr., CJ Beethard, Zay Jones, Laviska Chenault Jr., Marvin Jones Jr., Christian Kirk, Trevor Lawrence, Evan Angram, Darius Williams, James Robinson, Devin Lloyd, Jamal Agnew, Josh Allen, Foisade Oluokun, Brandon Sherff, Tyler Shutly, Cam Robinson, Javan Taylor, Chris Manhertz, Malcolm Brown and Florence Fatukasi.

Teams have been conservative in the past with their starting players in the preseason, but even by those standards, that’s serious.

Among this group there are all who launch an offensive against latest Jaguars depth chart with the exception of rookie center Luke Fortner, as well as the #2 quarterback, #2 running back, and most of the team’s famous defensemen.

The good news is that the team is at least playing the first pick of the 2022 NFL Draft, Travon Walker.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - JULY 27: No. 16 Trevor Lawrence of the Jacksonville Jaguars passes the ball to No. 1 Travis Etienne Jr. during training camp on July 27, 2022 at Episcopal High School in Jacksonville, Florida.  (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images)
Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne Jr. and others are ineligible for the Jaguars in the Hall of Fame game. (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images)



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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