It doesn't seem that long ago that the Jacksonville Jaguars were a playoff contender and winning a postseason game.

Then again, it may be a lot longer than you think. That was 2007, when the team was 11-5 and beating the Steelers in Pittsburgh in the wild card round.The franchise has not only failed to post a winning campaign in each of its last five seasons, the Jaguars are a combined 27-53 over that span. That includes a 2-14 finish in 2012, the worst record in the history of a club that dates back to 1995.

 Now it is up to new head coach Gus Bradley to get the team back on track. What's interesting is that of the eight new head coaches that will open the 2013 NFL season, the former Seattle Seahawks' assistant is the lone defensive specialist of the group. It's safe to say that Bradley and his staff have their work cut out for them.

 So here are five players to keep an eye on this season when it comes to the Jacksonville Jaguars:

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