The Jaguars added 13 players to their roster in the weeks following the team's AFC Championship Game loss to the New England Patriots.

Below you'll find more information on each of the Jaguars players recently signed to future/reserve deals:

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Kapron Lewis-Moore, DT/DE, Notre Dame

Ht/Wt: 6-4, 315 lbs.

Outlook: Lewis-Moore is one of the most experienced members of the team's future/reserve group. A sixth-round pick in 2016, Lewis-Moore played for the Baltimore Ravens for four seasons. However, he spent most of his time on the Baltimore practice squad.

A tweener lineman, he could earn a depth spot at defensive end or defensive tackle with the Jaguars. He will have an uphill battle with competition like Michael Bennett, Eli Ankou, Dawuane Smoot and Dante Fowler.

Lamar Atkins, WR, Louisville

Ht/Wt: 5-11, 216 lbs.

Outlook: Despite being a college running back, the Jaguars listed Atkins as a wide receiver following his signing. Atkins worked out for the Jaguars during last year's rookie minicamp. He will compete with a myriad of wide receiver talent if he is on the roster heading into organized team activities.

Hunter Dimick, DE/FB, Utah

Ht/Wt: 6-3, 268 lbs.

Outlook: Dimick has been with the Jaguars since last year's rookie minicamp. The former undrafted defensive end spent most of the year on the practice squad as the team's second-string fullback. Dimick still received defensive line snaps during the season and could move back to defensive end on a full-time basis this offseason.

Brooks Ellis, LB, Arkansas

Ht/Wt: 6-2, 245 lbs.

Outlook: Ellis has been on the practice squad since starting linebacker Telvin Smith suffered a concussion in November. The Jaguars dealt with injuries at linebacker during the last two months, so Ellis had his opportunities for reps in practice. He will need to make the most of his familiarity with the team and the defense this summer.

Avery Gennesy, G/T, Texas A&M

Ht/Wt: 6-5, 318 lbs.

Outlook: Gennesy signed with the Jaguars as an undrafted free agent last summer. He had a solid performance during training camp and the preseason as a rookie but failed to make the 53-man roster. He was eventually signed to the practice squad but was put on the injured reserve after just two weeks. He could try to steal a backup spot on the active roster during offseason program and training camp.

David Grinnage, TE, NC State

Ht/Wt: 6-5, 265 lbs.

Outlook: Grinnage was signed during last year's preseason and still made the practice squad. He stuck to the practice roster for the entire year. In theory, he may have a shot at making the active roster this year because of his familiarity with the system.

Charlie Miller, S, Dartmouth

Ht/Wt: 6-1, 190 lbs.

Outlook: A former offseason addition, Miller was cut during the preseason but eventually resurfaced on the practice squad during the regular season. The Jaguars' depth at safety is influx with Peyton Thompson set to hit the open market. Can the former Ivy League defensive back make an impact in the offseason?

Sammy Seamster, CB, Middle Tennessee State

Ht/Wt: 6-1, 201 lbs.

Outlook: Seamster is one of the few players on this list with actual game experience. Entering his fourth year in the league, Seamster has played for six different NFL franchises. He was signed to the Jaguars' practice squad in December. He has decent size and could have a shot at a depth job.

Tevaun Smith, WR, Iowa

Ht/Wt: 6-2, 197 lbs.

Outlook: Smith was signed to the practice squad during the final week of the regular season. He played in two games for the Indianapolis Colts in 2016. His size could appeal to the Jaguars on special teams. There's a lot of uncertainty at the position, so it seems like everyone who is under contract has a shot at making the roster.

Brandon Thomas, G, Clemson

Ht/Wt: 6-3, 317 lbs.

Outlook: The Jaguars have a need for strong guard play. Thomas was signed to the practice squad in October. He knows the offense and could make a name for himself during the offseason program.

Brandon Wilds, RB, South Carolina

Ht/Wt: 6-0, 220 lbs.

Outlook: Wilds was signed to the practice squad in October. He has some experience, as he played in four games for the New York Jets in 2016. The Jaguars may reevaluate the running back position in the offseason, so Wilds may get an opportunity to shine.

Dexter McDougle, CB, Maryland

Ht/Wt: 5-10, 195 lbs.

Outlook: McDougle is one of the few experienced members of the new group. He is also one of the few additions to not have practice squad experience with the Jaguars.

McDougle has played in 29 career games and produced 13 career tackles and a pass breakup. McDougle spent his first three seasons with the Jets. He was traded to Philadelphia in September and spent eight games with the Eagles. He was cut after the Eagles got through some injury woes at the position.

McDougle also spent some time with the New Orleans Saints.

With Aaron Colvin set to test the free agent market, McDougle could be insurance at the position.

Tim Cook, RB, Oregon State

Ht/Wt: 6-0, 242 lbs.

Outlook: Cook signed with the Jaguars as an undrafted free agent last May. He missed the first several weeks of the offseason program due to graduation rules. Despite the early absence, Cook had a strong training camp and preseason. While he didn't make the active roster, he was able to sign with the practice squad. He was placed on practice squad injured reserve in September.

Cook may have a shot at the active roster due to his ability to play running back and fullback. With Chris Ivory's status up in the air and Corey Grant set to hit restricted free agency, Cook could get an opportunity this offseason.

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