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With C.J. Mosley’s release, the Jaguars look likely to target a defensive lineman at #2 overall
Jaguars general manager David Caldwell, who will be running his first draft, has said he likes to draft for need and the Jaguars have a major need in the defensive line.
As the Jaguars prepare for the start of their off-season program Tuesday, Gabbert knows he’ll face competition to remain the team’s starter, it’s just a matter from whom. Sitting in a conference room in the Jaguars’ offices on Thursday, he portrayed a confident but realistic attitude.
Smith, who is a free agent, is unlikely to be offered a contract by the Jaguars and will likely be in a different uniform next season. Smith missed almost the entire 2012 season with a groin injury, but has probably been the most consistent defensive player the Jaguars have had over the last 10 years.
PK runs through the Jaguars’ offseason schedule
The franchise’s new coach put together a staff, assessed the existing talent, attended the scouting combine, spent time building a plan with general manager David Caldwell and had some casual conversations with players.
But tomorrow, the offseason officially kicks off. No, it’s not a game. No, it’s not a practice.