The Jaguars made a lot of solid moves last season. Those smart choices led to a playoff run to the AFC Championship Game.

However, since football fans dig nostalgia, First Coast News decided to take a look at what happened to all of the Jaguars' departures from the last year.

Below you'll find all of the Jaguars' cut/released/traded players from their 2017 campaign:

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WR Montay Crockett

Signed during the final week of the regular season, Crockett lasted just two weeks on the active roster. He was waived following the Jaguars' first playoff win over the Buffalo Bills. He was claimed off waivers by the Houston Texans last week.

WR Larry Pinkard

Pinkard spent four games on the active roster before suffering a concussion. He was injured/waived in September and was put on injured reserve.

S Calvin Pryor

Pryor played in two games with the Jaguars after being activated off injured reserve. He was released in December and hasn't resurfaced elsewhere.

DT Sheldon Day

A former fourth-round pick, Day was caught in a numbers crunch following the October trade for defensive tackle Marcell Dareus. Day was claimed by the San Francisco 49ers off waivers in November. Day produced 16 tackles and a sack in six games with the 49ers.

Dec 24, 2017; Santa Clara, CA, USA; San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Sheldon Day (96) and outside linebacker Eli Harold (57) combine against Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette (27) during the second quarter at Levi's Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

CB Lafayette Pitts

Pitts served as a special teams ace for the first six games of the Jaguars' season. He was claimed off waivers by the Buffalo Bills after being released in October. Pitts produced eight tackles in 10 games for the Bills following his Jaguars stint.

WR Max McCaffrey

McCaffrey served as a fill-in special teams player for the early part of the Jaguars' season. He was eventually upgraded with the signing of Jaydon Mickens. Following his release, McCaffrey spent time on the Green Bay Packers' practice squad and the San Francisco 49ers' active roster.

K Jason Myers

The Jaguars moved on from Myers in October after a string of inconsistent performances. Myers spent the rest of the season out of the league. He signed a future/reserve deal with the Seattle Seahawks earlier this month.

QB Ryan Nassib

The Jaguars kept Nassib on the regular season active roster for two weeks. He didn't appear in a game and has yet to resurface elsewhere.

G Earl Watford

The veteran lineman was released a few days before the season opener. He re-signed with his former team, the Arizona Cardinals, shortly after. He played in 10 games (nine starts) for the Cardinals this season.

DT Stefan Charles

The Canadian defensive lineman was a surprise cut in September. He signed with the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this month.

TE Neal Sterling

Waived during final cuts, Sterling was claimed by the New York Jets in September. Sterling bounced on-and-off the Jets' active roster and had a stint with the Kansas City Chiefs' practice squad in between. Sterling produced six catches for 82 yards in 11 games for the Jets.

Dec 31, 2017; Foxborough, MA, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Neal Sterling (85) is tackled by New England Patriots linebacker Nicholas Grigsby (50) during the second half at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports

LB Hayes Pullard

Pullard was claimed off waivers by the Los Angeles Chargers in September. Under his former head coach, Gus Bradley, Pullard played in 13 games (10 starts) and produced 74 tackles and an interception.

OT Jeremiah Poutasi

The veteran lineman failed to make the Jaguars' roster during final cuts. He spent time on practice squads for the Los Angeles Rams and the Denver Broncos. Denver signed Poutasi to a future/reserve deal earlier this month.

QB Brandon Allen

The former sixth-round pick was claimed off waivers by the Los Angeles Rams following his final cuts release. He spent the entire season on the Rams' inactive list as the team's third quarterback.

WR Amba Etta-Tawo

The undrafted rookie wasn't given many opportunities to shine in the offseason. He lasted until final cuts but couldn't stick permanently. He had separate practice squad stints with the Kansas City Chiefs and New York Giants. He signed a future/reserve deal with New York earlier this month.

CB Tracy Howard

Howard made some plays early in training camp but failed to make the final roster. He was signed to the Miami Dolphins' practice squad in December. He signed a future/reserve deal with the Dolphins earlier this month.

TE David Grinnage

From a late offseason addition to a practice squad participant, Grinnage spent the entire year on the practice roster. He will be back this offseason on a future/reserve deal.

CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste

The veteran was unceremoniously dumped during final cuts in September. He had a strong offseason, which helped him latch on with the Baltimore Ravens in October. Jean-Baptiste played in one game for the Ravens this season.

OT Avery Gennessy

Gennessy was placed on the practice squad following final cuts in September. He was injured during practice and was placed on practice squad injured reserve after a few weeks. He signed a future/reserve deal with the team last week.

DE Hunter Dimick

Dimick spent the entire regular season learning how to play fullback on the practice squad after being placed on waivers by the Jaguars in September. He was among the group that signed future/reserve contracts last week.

RB Tim Cook

Cook spent a week on the Jaguars' practice squad after being placed on waivers in September. He suffered an injury during practice and was put on injured reserve. He signed a future/reserve deal with the team last week.

C Luke Bowanko

The Jaguars traded Bowanko to the Baltimore Ravens for a 2019 seventh-round pick following the preseason. Bowanko played in all 16 games (one start) for the Ravens this season. He will become a free agent this offseason.

LB Josh McNary

The veteran special teams player failed to make the Jaguars roster, despite being signed during the first week of free agency. McNary hasn't signed elsewhere since his September release.

CB Doran Grant

The veteran cornerback failed to stick in Jacksonville. He spent the season on the Chicago Bears' practice squad. Earlier this month, he signed a future/reserve deal to stay in Chicago.

DE Jonathan Woodard

The former seventh-round pick was released during final cuts. He spent the 2017 season on practice squads for the Miami Dolphins and Atlanta Falcons.

DT Kevin Maurice

The former Nebraska defensive tackle spent the offseason in Jacksonville. He spent the regular season on the couch.

OT Nila Kasitati

The Oklahoma alum's practice squad experience with the Jaguars didn't help him make the final roster. He hasn't signed elsewhere either.

TE Alex Ellis

One of the Jaguars' surprising final cuts, Ellis had a strong offseason in Jacksonville. He was released in September and eventually signed with the New Orleans Saints practice squad in November. Earlier this month, Ellis signed a future/reserve contract to stay with New Orleans for the offseason.

CB Brian Dixon

Dixon had a very strong training camp and preseason but failed to make the Jaguars' regular-season roster. He hasn't signed with anyone else since his September release.

DE Malliciah Goodman

Goodman was unable to make the roster, despite having a strong relationship with defensive line coach Marion Hobby. Goodman has yet to sign another free agent deal.

LB Andrew Gachkar

Despite being a late offseason addition in Jacksonville, Gachkar quickly resurfaced with the Carolina Panthers after his September release from the Jaguars. Gachkar appeared in six games for the Panthers.

Dec 10, 2017; Charlotte, NC, USA; Minnesota Vikings running back Mack Brown (31) is hit by Carolina Panthers linebacker Andrew Gachkar (57) on a kickoff in the first quarter at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

FB Marquez Williams

The lone draft pick to not make the Jaguars' regular-season roster was cut from injured reserve in September. He resurfaced on the Cleveland Browns' active roster in Week 17. He was actually able to play in the Browns' season finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

CB Dwayne Thomas

Thomas didn't last long in Jacksonville and hasn't returned to the league since his September release.

C Demetrius Rhaney

Rhaney offered a veteran presence on the offensive line from June-September. He was waived during final cuts and signed with the Washington Redskins in November. He played in just one game for Washington this season.

WR Jamal Robinson

After two years of offseason duty, the Jaguars decided to move on from Robinson for good in September. Robinson signed with the CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats in October.

DT Tueni Lupeamanu

The undersized defensive tackle failed to make the roster and never resurfaced elsewhere.

CB Charles James

The Jacksonville native's short stay with the Jaguars did little to help prolong his career. He remained a free agent throughout the year.

RB DuJuan Harris

A two-week return to Jacksonville couldn't salvage the veteran running back's career. He spent all of 2017 as a free agent.

RB Jonathan Grimes

A short-term addition, Grimes failed to make the Jaguars' regular-season roster. He failed to play this season.

LB Akeem Dent

A one-week preseason rental, Dent was released during final cuts. He spent the season out of the NFL.

OT Malcolm Bunche

The journeyman lasted a month in Jacksonville after signing with the team in August. He remained out of the league throughout the regular season.

LB P.J. Davis

Despite a few solid showings during training camp and the preseason, the undrafted free agent from Georgia Tech was released following the preseason. He signed with the CFL's BC Lions in October.

TE Caleb Bluiett

The "do it all" undrafted rookie from Texas failed to stick despite serving as an emergency long snapper during training camp. It was a bit surprising that he wasn't signed to the Jacksonville practice squad. He spent the year as a free agent.

CB Ezra Robinson

Robinson had two separate stints with the Jaguars during this past offseason. Unfortunately for him, neither occurred during the regular season. He has yet to sign elsewhere.

LB Audie Cole

Cole was signed during the first week of free agency as a special teams ace. Following a lackluster training camp, Cole was released in the middle of the preseason.

He signed with the New Orleans Saints in late-August, but only last three days with the team. He has yet to sign elsewhere.

WR Kenneth Walker

NFL graduation rules kept Walker away from the early parts of the Jaguars' offseason program. He received heavy praise for his work ethic and study habits but was still cut in August. He didn't sign with another team after his release.

S James Sample

The former fourth-round pick was never able to maintain his health in Jacksonville. He was cut during training camp. He spent the season out of the league.

Earlier this month, Sample signed a future/reserve deal with the Washington Redskins.

OT Branden Albert

The biggest failure of the Jaguars' 2017 campaign was released in August following an on-and-off training camp retirement storyline that rivaled "Days of Our Lives" worst stuff. Albert worked out for a few teams but never signed elsewhere.

Jan 1, 2017; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Branden Albert (76) protects the line during the second quarter of an NFL football game against the New England Patriots at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

CB Taurean Nixon

The former Denver Broncos special teams player was claimed off waivers in June. He lasted just over a month before being waived/injured. He bounced around three different practice squads before settling in with the Los Angeles Rams' group. He signed a future/reserve deal with Los Angeles earlier this month.

C Parker Collins

The Appalachian State lineman lasted a month in Jacksonville. Following his June release, Collins signed with the Los Angeles Rams but failed to make the regular season roster.

CB Jeremy Cutrer

A heralded undrafted free agent (if that's really possible), Cutrer lasted a month in Jacksonville. He hasn't signed elsewhere since.

WR Bryan Walters

The veteran wide receiver tore his plantar fascia during the offseason program in May. He was placed on injured reserve after suffering the injury. Eventually, the player and the team came to terms with his release from injured reserve. He spent last season out of the league.

Walters is still looking to return to the NFL.

DT Louis Nix

The Jacksonville native was a 2016 practice squad holdover. He was released in May and has yet to sign with another squad.

LB Marcus Rush

Rush played in the final two games of Jacksonville's 2016 season. He was cut in May and signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. He spent time on the Chiefs' offseason and practice squad rosters before being released for good. He signed with the Denver Broncos' practice squad in December.

Following the season, Rush signed a future/reserve contract to stay in Denver for the foreseeable future.

LB Raphael Kirby

The Miami alum lasted just a few months in Jacksonville. He hasn't resurfaced elsewhere.

WR Tony Washington

A "will they, won't they" relationship between the Jaguars and Washington ended in May of last year. He signed with the Patriots in July and spent the offseason in New England. He was waived in September before the start of the regular season.

OL Greg Van Roten

This offensive lineman had a great name but a forgettable Jaguars tenure.

He lasted just two months in Jacksonville and was waived in May. He ended up signing with the Carolina Panthers and spent 10 games on the active roster as a reserve lineman.

OL Arturo Uzdavinis

Known as the "Dothraki Guy" in the locker room, Uzdavinis was on the Jaguars' practice squad in 2016. He signed a reserve/future deal heading into this past season but was released in May. He spent time with the Lions, the Vikings and the Colts during the offseason but failed to make a regular-season roster.

S Elijah Shumate

Shumate's size (6-0, 224 lbs.) was more impressive than his nearly four-month stint with the Jaguars. He remains a free agent.

TE Gannon Sinclair

A practice squad holdover, Sinclair didn't last long in Jacksonville this year. He has yet to resurface.

RB Daryl Richardson

The Sandalwood High School graduate spent a week with the Jaguars during the 2016 season. He was cut in May. He joined the Indianapolis Colts' offseason roster but failed to make the final squad.

OL Colin Kelly

Kelly signed a future/reserve contract shortly after the end of the regular season. His stint lasted four as he was waived in May. He signed with the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL just a few days later.

LB Sean Porter

Porter played in two games for the Jaguars during the 2016 season. He was waived in May.

Porter spent 20 days with the San Francisco 49ers during the preseason but was waived before he could appear in a regular season game.

RB Bronson Hill

Hill spent a few games on the Jaguars' active roster in 2016. He was cut prior to rookie minicamp, as the Jaguars wanted to bring in some new faces at the bottom of the roster.

Hill spent time on the Vikings' offseason roster but was cut before the start of the regular season. He eventually made his way onto the Arizona Cardinals' active roster. He appeared in two games for Arizona at the end of the regular season.

TE E.J. Bibbs

Bibbs was a practice squad holdover from 2016. He was released following the last year's NFL Draft so that the Jaguars could create room for undrafted free agent additions. He ended up on the Washington Redskins roster but was released from injured reserve before the regular season started.

LB Dan Skuta

The Jaguars signed Skuta to be a special teams ace and a rotational pass rusher in 2015. He was frequently injured, so the Jaguars decided to move on from him. He quickly signed with the Chicago Bears but was released following the preseason.

Jan 1, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee (1) has his punt blocked by Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Dan Skuta (55) at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis defeats Jacksonville 24-20. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

DE Chris Smith

The Jaguars traded Smith to the Cincinnati Bengals for a conditional 2018 draft pick on April 12. Jacksonville will receive a seventh-round pick in the upcoming draft because Smith appeared in more than eight games for the Bengals.

Smith appeared in a career-high 16 games and produced 26 tackles and three sacks with Cincinnati last season. He is set to become a free agent this offseason.

DT Roy Miller

The veteran was released on March 12 after the Jaguars signed his replacement, nose tackle Abry Jones, to a multi-year deal. Miller eventually signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Miller appeared in seven games for Kansas City. He was released mid-season following a domestic battery arrest in Jacksonville.

DT Sen'Derrick Marks

The longtime locker room leader was released on March 9. He briefly resurfaced with the San Francisco 49ers during training camp in September but was cut a few weeks later. He spent the season out of the league.

CB Davon House

The Jaguars' 2015 free agency took another hit with the March 6 release of House. Despite setting a franchise record for pass breakups during his first season in Jacksonville, House's two-year stint with the Jaguars was viewed as a disappointment.

House ended up signing with the Green Bay Packers shortly after his release. House played four seasons with the Packers prior to signing with the Jaguars. He produced 44 tackles, six pass breakups and an interception upon his return to Green Bay. He finished the season on injured reserve with a back injury.

DE Jared Odrick

Odrick was the first player released by the Jaguars under the newly reformed regime. Outside of some workouts - including one with the Patriots - Odrick offered little news during the regular season. Always the wild card, Odrick could pop up in the NFL again next season.

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