|Offense||18th||92.1 (27th)||256.8 (10th)|
|Defense||24th||106.8 (14th)||268.2 (28th)|
Ramsey's partially torn meniscus turned out to be an easy fix, and while he may be limited for the start of camp, he'll likely have plenty of time to prepare for Week 1. It's unclear how Jacksonville plans to use the No. 5 overall draft pick, but it's safe to assume he'll have a key role if he's healthy. Ramsey is capable of playing both safety and corner -- the former seems to be a bigger area of need in Jacksonville. If he were to work as an every-down safety, Ramsey would likely be a useful IDP option from the get-go.
Fowler is looking healthy through the first few days of OTAs, Hays Carlyon of the Florida-Times Union reports.
Fowler is taking the field for the first time in over a year after he tore his ACL in rookie minicamp last May. "I can turn it loose. I felt pretty good, especially turning and thing like that," he said after Monday's session. "That was my biggest concern. It felt good getting back out there and being able to showcase some stuff...It's been a whole year, so I feel back. I still have to get stronger in certain areas and that will come back."
Marks is coming off a torn triceps that limited him to just four games last year, when his season didn't start until October due to a torn ACL suffered in 2014. Considering Marks posted a career-high 8.5 sacks that season, the Jaguars are understandably taking caution to ensure he returns to full health when needed this season, thus explaining his absence from OTAs.
Woodard had successful surgery to repair his Achilles tendon and will be placed on the Jaguars' PUP list.
Woodard was drafted in the seventh round of last month's draft, but tore his Achilles during a workout two weeks ago. Now that he's undergone surgery, Woodard is expected to be out indefinitely and will remain on the Jaguars' PUP list until further notice.
Fowler Jr. is set to take the field in a team setting for the first time since suffering a torn ACL on the first day of rookie minicamp last offseason, per ESPN's Mike DiRocco.
This will mark the first time in 380 days since the third overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft last took the field with his team. These practices only allow teams to adorn players in helmets, without any other pads, though. Thus, without live contact, it will be difficult to thoroughly assess Fowler Jr.'s progress from the injury. Nonetheless, these practices remain open to the media, which may, at least in some capacity, reveal how the Jaguars plan to use Fowler Jr. as a LEO linebacker in 2016.
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