Jags unveil 22 undrafted free agents

AP

The Jacksonville Jaguars have swanky new uniforms.  (Some would use a different six-letter word starting with “s” and ending in “y” to describe them.)  Now, the Jags need players to put in them.

In addition to their new draft class, G.M. Dave Caldwell has inked 22 undrafted free agents.

They are:  Georgia Tech defensive tackle T.J. Barnes, Cincinnati linebacker Maalik Bomar, Delaware cornerback Marcus Burley, Rutgers tackle R.J. Dill, Nevada linebacker Jeremiah Green, Western Michigan defensive end Paul Hazel, Georgia defensive tackle Arby Jones, Southern Oregon receiver Cole McKenzie, Arizona State receiver Jamal Miles, Massachusetts guard Stephane Milhim, Nevada tackle Jeff Nady, San Jose State tight end Ryan Otten, N.C. State receiver Tobias Palmer, Florida State fullback Lonnie Pryor, Nebrasa tight end Kyler Reed, Virginia linebacker LaRoy Reynolds, Vanderbilt quarterback Jordan Rodgers, Arizona quarterback Matt Scott, Texas A&M safety Steven Terrell, Murray State tackle Roderick Tomlin, Vanderbilt cornerback Trey Wilson, and Illinois State linebacker Michael Zimmer.

Rodgers, the younger brother of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, brings an intriguing pedigree to Jacksonville.  Scott, regarded by many as a potential sleeper, could eventually do to Blaine Gabbert what Tony Romo once did to Drew Bledsoe.