Jacksonville Jaguars Will Need to Upgrade Multiple Positions in Offseason

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Dec 22, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Tennessee Titans running back Shonn Greene (23) runs the ball against Jacksonville Jaguars safety Josh Evans (26) during the second half at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

The Jaguars have to enjoy what they have seen out of Aaron Colvin and Demetrius McCray, but the remaining secondary consists of a bunch of question-marks.

Alan Ball has played through his contract, and it will be interesting to see if the Jaguars bring him back on another cheap contract.

Dwayne Gratz is likely to be a starter next season, but has not been as consistent as you would like in a starting NFL corner.  I wouldn’t be surprised if Aaron Colvin pushes Gratz to the nickel next season if the Jaguars are able to bring in a solid corner in either free agency or the draft.

The cornerbacks in Jacksonville have been unable to produce many turnovers, especially interceptions.

Alan Ball (1) and Sherrod Martin (1) are the only players in the secondary with interceptions, and there is a good chance that neither are Jaguars in 2015.

The Jaguars will desperately need to address their free safety position during the offseason.

Josh Evans and Sherrod Martin are not the answer, and the season opener’s starting free safety (Winston Guy Jr.) is no longer on the team.

Johnathan Cyprien has struggled mightily in his second season, but the Jaguars have likely seen enough to believe in him as the starter next season.

Cyprien’s poor tackling and blown coverages have been a surprise to many after ending the 2013 season on such a high note.