Following a series of attempts to secure an NFL team, the city of Jacksonville finally prevailed in 1993. Shortly after the Carolina Panthers came into existence, the league granted expansion rights for another franchise to a group led by Wayne Weaver, to begin play as the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1995. Current owner Shahid Khan purchased the team from Weaver in 2012. From the beginning, the Jaguars have played their home games in what is now called EverBank Field.
On the field, the Jaguars enjoyed more success early than they have lately. Spurred by the hiring of head coach Tom Coughlin, they pulled off huge upsets over the Buffalo Bills and the Denver Broncos in only their second season to reach the AFC Championship Game, only to fall to the New England Patriots, 20-6. Three seasons later, they would again reach the AFC Championship Game, losing to the Tennessee Titans, 33-14, but have won only one playoff game since then. The team entered a new era in 2013 under new leadership with general manager David Caldwell and head coach Gus Bradley.
There are not yet any players represented as Jacksonville Jaguars in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Sources: profootballhof.com, and wikipedia.org