The Jaguars could pull off a few deals ahead of the trade deadline.
The window to make in-season trades in the NFL ends on November 2 at 4 p.m. ET. The Jaguars have pulled off a few deals in the last few months so it wouldn’t be shocking to see them make a trade before their ability to do so vanishes.
Meyer told the media the Jaguars’ brass had a meeting and would meet again on Monday night. He added the team is listening to potential offers and noted this is the first time he’s been in this situation. Later, the head coach said he’s unsure if the Jags will be buyers or sellers.
"I can’t comment on that because I don’t really know yet. You know, it depends on if can make the Jaguars better… We’re certainly listening and there are some certain needs we have and there are other needs we don’t have, so we do have some draft capital next year."
The Jaguars could certainly add some help at cornerback or fortify their offensive line. The wide receiver corps could use a boost. However, it doesn’t look like they will be making any deals. After all, they’re 1-6 and one trade isn’t going to probably help them turn their season around.
IF the Jaguars do make a trade, don’t expect it to be of the blockbuster variety, like the one that sent outside linebacker Von Miller to the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for two draft picks. Instead, Jacksonville may look to add depth and fortify a position group.
The truth is the Jaguars could use upgrades at most positions but they will most likely wait until next year to address all of them. They should wait until then but that might be the course of action they will take.