Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Jaguars' picks: 6/180, Zach Miller, TE, 6-4, 240, Nebraska-Omaha...The Jaguars failed on the Matt Jones conversion of going from college quarterback to NFL receiver, now they'll try it with Miller. He was a quarterback in college but will be used strictly as a tight end with the Jaguars. His only experience at that position came in the Cactus Bowl (Division II All-Star game) at the end of the 2008 season, where he caught five passes for 116 yards and a touchdown. Miller says he's ready for the challenge to learn the new position and win a roster spot with the Jaguars. - by The Sports Xchange
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09/26/16 - TE Zach Miller caught eight for 78 yards, with his first touchdown coming on fourth down midway through the third quarter.
08/29/16 - TE Zach Miller (concussion)on Monday had his first practice without limitation since suffering a concussion in early August.
08/25/16 - TE Zach Miller (concussion) continued to play with the first team, but wore a red jersey to signify he isn't to have contact.
08/21/16 - TE Zach Miller (concussion) returned to practice a week ago, but he continues to wear a red jersey in scrimmage to signify he's not to have contact.
08/16/16 - TE Zach Miller (concussion), who missed the first preseason game, did not practice Tuesday after he had practiced on the weekend. Miller was on the sidelines late in practice. It sounded as if Miller might still be suffering from symptoms of the concussion even though he had been back practicing on Saturday and Sunday in Chicago. "He had a doctor's appointment," coach John Fox said. "So we keep evaluating, keep looking and trying to make sure we cure all symptoms."