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Putting the Strong in Strong Safety

The Jaguars experimented last season by rearranging the secondary. When that experiment was unsuccessful, the team was forced to play Gerald Sensabaugh. The good news is that Sensabaugh played very well, but the bad news is that he played so well, that he will likely move on to greener pastures in free agency. Find out which player may be Sensabaugh's replacement.

Wake Forest's Chip Vaughn has a chiseled, 6'1", 218 lb. frame that yells out punishment to all opposing wide receivers going across the middle of the football field. Vaughn is a true strong safety in every sense of the word, a throwback to the safeties of old. At the Senior Bowl, JagNation asked Vaughn which NFL player he tries to emulate, and he gave a very interesting answer. "Jack Tatum and... Recommended Stories

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