Prescott will remain as an advisor and assist Kelly Flanagan, the team’s new vice president of finance and planning, in the transition to her new position with the Jaguars. Flanagan was promoted to vice president today by team president Mark Lamping after serving the Jaguars as business planning manager for the past year.
Will someone draft Geno Smith in the top-4? A look from the Lions’ perspective
Jacksonville has the most suspect quarterback situation of the top four teams, and the new regime isn’t tied to Blaine Gabbert, the 10th overall pick two years ago. The Jaguars have shown interest in Smith; their GM, head coach and owner’s son attended his pro day at West Virginia. It could be a well-designed smoke screen or Smith’s new home.
On becoming interesting in the NFL: “I developed a passion and love for the spot [sic]. The closest involvement I could have was as an owner. For years, I did a lot of cold-calling on owners and the league to try and learn the business and then the opportunity came.”
Moving away from C.J. Mosley, the Jaguars look to add Sen’Derrick Marks, per PK
the veteran the Jaguars will consider is Titans free agent Sen’Derrick Marks. The market for Marks, a second-round choice in 2009, has been super quiet. I imagine he’d be an affordable option at this point and perhaps a change of scenery and scheme will spark his game.