Jacksonville Jaguars could target these 5 potential cut candidates

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Could the Jacksonville Jaguars make a few more moves ahead of the 2021 regular season?

Training camp is less than a week away and NFL teams are evaluating the talent level they currently have. The Jacksonville Jaguars are no different and they are most likely assessing their roster while looking for potential upgrades at certain positions. Heading into the 2021 season, it’s clear that head coach Urban Meyer and general manager Trent Baalke have done a good job of replenishing a roster that didn’t have many playmakers in 2020.

The team’s brass revamped their secondary this offseason. They signed cornerback Shaquill Griffin and Rayshawn Jenkins in free agency. They also added depth to the defensive front. However, the Jags’ most meaningful acquisitions came in the 2021 NFL Draft.

After years of futility at the quarterback position, they used the top pick to select Trevor Lawrence. They also drafted players, such as offensive tackle Walker Little, cornerback Tyson Campbell, and safety Andre Cisco, who have a good chance of joining the starting lineup this upcoming season.

Nevertheless, there are still a few positional groups that could still use an upgrade. ESPN recently put together a list of players — including several former first-round picks — that could be in the roster bubble ahead of training camp. It wouldn’t hurt the Jaguars to keep an eye on some of these players and pursue them in case their current teams decide to move on from them before the start of the season.

In particular, Jacksonville should target these five potential roster cuts.