Register to attend the 2015 Jacksonville Jaguars Scrimmage Presented by Florida Blue. The scrimmage will be held on Saturday, August 8 beginning at 6:15 p.m. and doors will open at 5 p.m.
The scrimmage is free and open to the public to fans who register with their information below. Please note that the Clear Bag Policy will be in effect for the scrimmage.
TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Green Bay in the fifth round (141st overall) of the 2011 draft … Waived on 8/31/13 … Claimed off waivers by Jacksonville on 9/1/13.
PRO: Third-year TE has played in 26 games with two starts … Career totals include nine catches for 70 yards and five special teams tackles … Was a fifth-round draft pick of Green Bay in 2011 where he spent the last two seasons … Was claimed off waivers by the Jaguars on Sept. 1, 2013 … Became first TE in Arkansas history to win the John Mackey Award, an honor given to the nation’s top TE …
2013: Updated stats
2012: Appeared in 13 games with two starts … Also saw action in club’s playoff game … Totaled a career-high seven receptions for 57 yards … Added three special teams tackles … Missed game on 10/14 at HOU with a hamstring injury and was a healthy scratch for two other contests … Had one catch for 11 yards and recorded a special teams tackle on 9/24 at SEA … Made first career start on 10/7 at IND as team opened in three-TE formation. Finished with two catches for 20 yards … Made second career start on 10/28 vs. JAX … Made first career kickoff return on 11/25 at NYG as he caught an intentionally high kick just before halftime and returned it 12 yards … Played a season-high 44 snaps on 12/23 vs. TEN and caught a career-best three passes for 20 yards and added one tackle on special teams … Made postseason debut on 1/5 vs. MIN in NFC Wild Card game and had a special teams tackle …
2011: Played in 13 games as a rookie and had two receptions for 13 yards … Finished with three special teams tackles … Was inactive for three regular season games and the team’s playoff contest against the New York Giants … Made NFL debut on 9/8 vs. NO … Registered first career special teams tackle on 10/2 vs. DEN … Made first career reception on 10/9 at ATL, a seven-yard grab from QB Aaron Rodgers.
COLLEGE: Most productive TE in Arkansas history, finishing with 152 receptions for 1,855 yards … Played in 51 games with 32 starts … As a senior, he became first Razorback TE to win the John Mackey Award, an honor given to the nation’s top TE … Started all 13 games in his final season and led team with 54 receptions for 627 yards and a career-best four TDs … Earned first-team All-SEC honors … Helped school to first BCS bowl bid in school history with an appearance in the Sugar Bowl vs. Ohio State … Appeared in 13 games with nine starts as a junior … Ranked third on the team in catches (32), fourth in receiving yards (411) and added three TDs … Played in 12 games with eight starts as a sophomore and earned first-team All-SEC honors from Associated Press … Became the first Mackey Award semifinalist in school history … Posted career-highs in receptions (61) and receiving yards (723), leading the team in each of those categories … The 61 receptions set a single-season school record for TEs … Named the team MVP by the Little Rock Touchdown Club … Saw action in 13 games with two starts as a freshman … Was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team … Ranked third on the team with an 18.8-yard average on five receptions … Earned a degree in communications.
PERSONAL: Single … Attended Central Arkansas Christian School in North Little Rock, Ark. … Ranked the No. 9 TE in the nation and the No. 4 player in Arkansas by rivals.com … Limited to only eight games as a senior due to an injury, but still recorded 103 tackles, eight sacks and two forced fumbles … Had 51 receptions for 688 yards (13.5 avg.) and eight TDs as a junior … Lettered four years in basketball and two seasons in track … Born in Fort Worth, Texas … Moved to Arkansas with his mother, Vicky, and sisters, Vanessa and Valerie, as they left the family’s home in Dallas to escape an abusive father … Spent time living with his mom and sisters at a battered women’s shelter when they first moved to Arkansas … The adversity he had overcome was recognized when he received the 2010 Disney Spirit Award, which is given to the most inspirational figure in college football … Named to the SEC’s Football Community Service Team in 2010 … Spent time volunteering with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, local Boys & Girls Clubs and children hospitals in college … Full name: David Edward Williams Jr. … Twitter handle is @dj45williams