Being cut isn't surely the most pleasant feeling but players who don't make the 53-man roster can land on another team's practice squad. In the case of the Jacksonville Jaguars, they have depth at several positions, including tight end, safety, wide receiver, running back, and linebacker. This means the front office will have to make some tough decisions in the next couple of days.
Also, this means players who could easily make the 53-man roster will be left out, and a few of them could be highly coveted in the waiver wire, which means they could have trade value. With this in mind, here are three players the Jaguars could trade before cutdown day.
No. 3 Jaguars player with trade value following the preseason, Seth Williams, WR
The Jaguars may keep five or six wide receivers in 2023. Calvin Ridley, Christian Kirk, Jamal Agnew, and Zay Jones are locks to make the roster. This means there are one or two spots up for grabs and a handful of worthy candidates to seize them.
Tim Jones seems like a good bet to get one after a fruitful preseason. Similarly, the coaching staff seems to be high on rookie Parker Washington. He could be the sixth receiver. Elijah Cooks, Seth Williams, Jacob Harris, and Kendrick Pryor would then be candidates to land in the practice squad.
All of them made an impression in training camp and generally took advantage of their opportunities. If the Jaguars weren't so stacked at wide receiver, it's possible that at least one of them would make the roster.
Williams in particular, had a solid offseason, hauling in seven receptions for 109 yards. He could most definitely help teams in need of depth at wide receiver, such as the Denver Broncos (they drafted Williams in 2021), the Arizona Cardinals of even the Philadelphia Eagles.