The Jacksonville Jaguars need to keep their options open.
Although the Jaguars’ roster will undergo a makeover this offseason, it seems like DJ Chark Jr. and Laviska Shenault Jr. are going to be their starting wide receivers in 2021. If they want to make it unfair for opposing defenses to deal with them, they could target wide receiver Kadarius Toney with the 25th overall pick in 2021’s draft.
On the other hand, Keelan Cole and Chris Conley are set to become free agents and it’s uncertain if the team’s brass wants them back next season. In case they move on from them, they would need to add depth and wide receiver Willie Snead has been solid for the Ravens this past three seasons.
The Florida native has hauled in 126 receptions for 1,422 yards and nine touchdowns in 45 games in Baltimore. Last season, he started eight games and caught 33 passes for 432 receptions and three touchdowns.
Keep in mind that the Ravens’ offense favors the running game and their wide receivers don’t have many opportunities to make plays. Nevertheless, Snead has proven to be reliable when his number is called and has starting experience, something that could entice the Jaguars to kick the tires on him.