It was strange seeing a defensive backfield that did not have Jalen Ramsey on one side and A.J. Bouye on the other. Ramsey talked his way out of Jacksonville. Bouye became the team’s No. 1 cornerback and played better than the 2018 season.
Ronnie Harrison is still developing and shows promise at safety. Tre Herndon, who replaced Ramsey in the lineup became a valuable asset as he grew into the position. Personally, I am not sold on Jarrod Wilson as a full-time starter opposite Harrison, but he did have his moments.
There is some depth here, but it is an area of concern.
The Jaguars will explore free agency, looking to add a couple of players, but the NFL Draft will be their primary focus. There are a few players in the first and second round who could appeal to David Caldwell and Doug Marrone.