Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Jaguars' picks: Round 2/33 - Johnathan Cyprien, SS, 6-0, 217, Florida International...The Jaguars entertained trade offers for the pick but only if it was something special. When none came forward, Jacksonville jumped at the chance to grab Cyprien who they were very high on. They like his physical nature and durability. He never missed a college game while posting career totals of 365 tackles, 13.5 tackles for lost yardage and seven interceptions. Cyprien has long arms and with his size is the ideal makeup of what Gus Bradley wanted in the secondary. - The Sports Xchange
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11/10/16 - SS Johnathan Cyprien returned to practice on Thursday as a full participant. Cyprien had missed Wednesday's practice with a lower leg injury.
11/09/16 - SS Johnathan Cyprien missed Wednesday's practice because of a lower leg injury.
10/20/16 - SS Johnathan Cyprien and CB Prince Amukamara, two members of the Jaguars' starting secondary, remained on the injury report Thursday. Amukamara was limited for a second straight day with a hamstring injury, while Cyprien who has a calf issue, was a full participant Thursday.
09/26/16 - CB Johnathan Cyprien was sound in his coverage on Sunday and provided solid support against the Ravens running game. It may have been Cyprien's most physical game since the Buffalo game a year ago.
09/21/16 - SS Johnathan Cyprien had a knee/triceps injury in the San Diego game and did not practice on Wednesday.
09/19/16 - SS Johnathan Cyprien suffered a strained triceps in the game and will be further evaluated by team officials on Wednesday for his status this week.
09/12/16 - SS Johnathan Cyprien didn't have one of his better games for the Jaguars. He missed several assignments and several tackles, including having the Packers RB Eddie Lacy stopped for a 4-yard loss on a short swing pass out of the backfield, only to have Lacy break free and turn the play into a 17-yard gain. Even with his miscues, Cyprien still led the team in total tackles with nine solo stops.
05/26/16 - SS Johnathan Cyprien will have a new role this year after Tashaun Gipson was brought in as the starting free safety. With Gipson roaming deep in the secondary, it should free up Cyprien to play closer to the line of scrimmage and help defend against running plays.
12/31/15 - SS Johnathan Cyprien was limited in practice Wednesday with a thigh injury and his condition will be updated later in the week.
12/31/15 - SS Johnathan Cyprien practiced in full Thursday with a thigh injury after being limited Wednesday and will play Sunday.