10 realistic free agents the Jacksonville Jaguars can sign (and afford) in 2024

• The Jaguars would love to sign many free agents in 2024, but there will only a handful they'll have a realistic shot at landing, including the next 10.

Jan 23, 2022; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (13) celebrates
Jan 23, 2022; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (13) celebrates / Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports
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8. Amik Robertson, cornerback

Signing Jeff Okudah would be a solid depth move but the Jacksonville Jaguars may need to make several moves at cornerback this offseason. Tyson Campbell is coming off an injury-riddled season and he may not be a fit in Ryan Nielsen's man-heavy scheme.

On the other hand, Williams could be a cap casualty. He's set to have a salary of $11.5 million in 2024 but the front office could release him and free up $11 million with just $500,000 in dead money.

On top of that, Tre Herndon could leave in free agency. If he does, the Jags will need a slot cornerback, one who can also line up in the boundaries in case one of the starters goes down. Amik Robertson fits the bill. A fourth-round pick by the Las Vegas Raiders, Robertson has progressively seen his playing time increase after hardly seeing the field as a rookie.

Robertson has played 60 percent of the Raiders' defensive snap each of the past two seasons and registered four interceptions in that span. His flexibility to play nickel and line up in the boundaries could come in handy in Jacksonville. If that wasn't enough, the Lousiana Tech product can also contribute on special teams, appearing on 15 percent of Las Vegas' snaps last year.

There will be plenty of cornerbacks available in free agency but many of them — L'Jarius Sneed and Jaylon Johnson — may exceed the Jaguars' spending budget. Meanwhile, signing Robertson won't be cost-prohibitive. Moreover, he may still have room for improvement entering his fifth NFL season. That should make him an intriguing option in free agency.