The Jacksonville Jaguars lost their pre-season opener to the Miami Dolphins, sort of. The Jaguars…
JagNation Stock Report: Cornerbacks
Rashean shows on a daily basis in camp that he's the best athlete on the team, and one of the best corners in the league.
Brian Williams - Stock is even
Williams has had a solid camp thus far, despite getting abused in one-on-one drills by rookie Mike Walker.
Dee Webb - Stock is even
Webb is fighting for a roster spot, and may find one based on his athleticism alone.
Terry Cousin - Stock is down
Cousin is not having his best camp, and he must play well in preseason with the younger, cheaper, and more athletic Webb and Starks looming.
Scott Starks - Stock is even
Starks is having a solid camp, despite having a hand injury.
Bruce Thornton - Stock is up
Expectations for Thornton are somewhat low, but he has exceeded those expectations.
Jamar Landrom - Stock is down
Landrom must make some plays in the preseason games, as he is currently buried on the depth chart.
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