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The Jacksonville Jaguars have promoted rookie cornerback Dee Delaney.
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A roster spot was created when linebacker Donald Payne (knee) was placed on the team’s reserve/injured list. First-year cornerback Breon Borders has been signed to take Delaney’s spot on the practice squad.Delaney originally signed with the Jaguars as an undrafted rookie this offseason and spent the first seven weeks of the season on the team’s practice squad. He totaled six tackles Niles Paul Jerseys 2019 , three passes defensed and one interception in the 2018 preseason with the Jaguars. Delaney wears No. 37 for the Jaguars.Borders signed with the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted rookie in 2017 and spent the first 14 weeks of the 2017 season on the Raiders’ practice squad. Borders was on the Buffalo Bills active roster for the last two games of 2017, but was inactive in both contests. He saw action on special teams in the Bills AFC Wild Card game against the Jaguars. In 2018, he spent Weeks 1-4 on the Houston Texans practice squad.Will a thin group of running backs hurt Leonard Fournette in the playoffs? Last season, the Jacksonville Jaguars saw a resurgence in their run game for the first time in years and it led — in part — to the most success this franchise has had in nearly two decades.Granted, rookie running back Leonard Fournette finished the season with just 3.9 yards per carry Black Cody Kessler Jerseys , despite the fact he literally faced eight or more defenders in the box every other attempt.Now, when I say the Jaguars’ running back group is “thin” I don’t mean devoid of talent. Both T.J. Yeldon and Corey Grant are good players who fit solid roles within this team and can definitely shoulder some of the burden. But with Chris Ivory gone, the Jaguars could keep just three running backs on the 53-man roster and that could mean a higher-than-normal workload for Fournette. How will that affect the run game if (when) the Jaguars go into the playoffs?This week, we’re taking a look at several aspects of this year’s Jaguars team with the help of Football Outsider’s Andrew Potter who was kind enough to explain why Fournette’s playoff production has little to no correlation to his regular season production.Regular season vs. playoffsPlayerCarriesReg. Season DVOAPlayoff DVOAPlayerCarriesReg. Season DVOAPlayoff DVOAWhat do you think? Will Fournette be fine for the Jaguars’ playoff run in 2018?Let us know in the comments below!
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