Jacksonville Jaguars better off trading these 3 players before deadline

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have made several trades over the last few months. That’s why it wouldn’t be surprising to see them pull off some deals before the deadline to make such moves.

Earlier this year, the Jags traded tight end Josh Oliver to the Baltimore Ravens. They later moved on from linebacker Joe Schobert and quarterback Gardner Minshew. They weren’t done though and they dealt cornerback Sidney Jones to the Seattle Seahawks just before the start of the regular season.

The Jaguars are currently in rebuilding mode and they might be better off trading players that won’t be part of their long-term plan. This could pave the way for some of their young players to take the field while getting something in return.

With that in mind, here are three players the Jaguars should trade in the following weeks.

Player No. 1 the Jacksonville Jaguars should trade – S Andrew Wingard

The Jaguars raised a few eyebrows when they released veteran Jarrod Wilson during the last round of roster cuts. Equally surprising was their decision to give Andrew Wingard the starting nod over rookie Andre Cisco in the season opener.

Wingard made headlines when he registered Jacksonville’s first (and only) turnover of the season. However, he hasn’t done much of note and has played at a replacement level. Over the last five weeks, Dewey has missed ten tackles. That’s simply too much.

Trading him would pave the way for Cisco to start opposite Rayshawn Jenkins. The coaching staff needs to give him a shot to show what he can do.