Will the Jacksonville Jaguars make more moves in free agency before the start of the 2020 NFL season?
The Jacksonville Jaguars and the rest of the NFL have faced many challenges this offseason.
The threat of the Coronavirus. The need for social distancing. The team’s facilities being shut down and virtual planning and preparation have become the norm for the front office, the coaching staff, and the players. This has been an offseason, unlike anything the league has ever seen.
And with it comes growing pains and patience – although the two may not go hand in hand.
Such was the case with a virtual rookie camp, which did present some challenges. But just like everything else this offseason, adjustments were made.
"“The Jaguars selected 12 players in last month’s 2020 NFL Draft, including first-round cornerback CJ Henderson and first-round defensive end/linebacker K’Lavon Chaisson,” John Oehser of Jaguars.com wrote. “The team agreed to terms with 18 collegiate free agents shortly thereafter. In a normal NFL offseason, those players would have participated in a three-day rookie minicamp at TIAA Bank Field.”"
The Jaguars are still working on implementing their game plan, with a new offensive coordinator onboard and a defense that will look plenty different. But even with all the moves the team has made so far, will the front office make more to add more depth at positions of need or concern?
There are moves the team could make that would help this team immediately. Here are three of them.