3 players that the Jaguars could trade and potential compensation

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Laviska Shenault Jr. (10) and Bryce Callahan (29) (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports) /

No. 1 Jaguars player that could be traded – Laviska Shenault, WR.

This is a hot topic for many Jaguars fans considering his youth and Laviska Shenault’s Jr. display of high-end talent early in his career. There aren’t many wide receivers who are powerful enough to line up at tailback while utilizing such unique range and shiftiness. Also, many fans believe he simply had an off-year due to having to play under the now-infamous former head coach Urban Meyer who caused plenty of locker room distractions by allegedly shouting constant scrutiny toward the players and coaches, but the Jaguars brass may see it differently.

There has reportedly already been interest from the Kansas City Chiefs to obtain the former Colorado standout and there are most likely several other teams interested in acquiring Shenault who happen to desperately need young, cheap talent at the wide receiver position. However, Viska simply did not look like the same player last season, dropping several key passes thrown well within his catch radius.

Also, when you factor in Jacksonville’s two free-agent splash signings at the wide receiver position in Christian Kirk and Zay Jones, along with the fact that the Jaguars are retaining Marvin Jones Jr., the explosive and emerging talent in Jamal Agnew and the now-serviceable former first-round draft pick Laquon Treadwell, the Jaguars may be viewing Shenault as the odd-man-out in the rotation, especially if another team comes calling offering formidable draft compensation.

Possible Destinations – Green Bay Packers or New York Jets

Possible Compensation – 2023 3rd-round draft pick