Jacksonville Jaguars: 3 remaining free agents to consider after 2021’s draft

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What a difference a few months make, right? After finishing 1-15 in 2020, the Jacksonville Jaguars have done a good job of adding both depth and talent to a roster that lacked both last year. It helped that they had the most cap space in the league and entering the 2021 NFL Draft with ten selections surely helped them get most of the players they wanted even if some got away.

While the Jags could’ve done a better job addressing certain position groups, most of their units look in good shape after all the additions they made in free agency and the draft. They finally have a franchise quarterback in Trevor Lawrence. Also, they have a dynamic running back tandem in James Robinson and Travis Etienne and a crowded wide receiver corps.

On the other side of the ball, Jacksonville’s defense should be able to stop opposing defenses more often and create more turnovers after all the acquisitions the team made this offseason. Last season, the Jags’ three top cornerbacks went down with injuries. After bringing back Sidney Jones, signing Shaquill Griffin in free agency, and drafting Tyson Cambell, their cornerback room is in great shape. Also, trading for defensive tackle Malcom Brown, signing Damien Wilson to round out their linebacker corps and adding safety Rayshawn Jenkins were smart moves.

However, there are three remaining free agents that the Jaguars should still add ahead of training camp. After all, you can never have enough good players, and all three could end up playing a key role for this Jacksonville team in the 2021 season.