4 big questions the Jaguars must answer after the 2024 NFL Draft

• The Jaguars have had a productive offseason

• They've still have work left to do

• The front office must answer these 5 questions

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16) throws against the Tennessee Titans during
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16) throws against the Tennessee Titans during / Denny Simmons / The Tennessean / USA
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2. What will the Jaguars do with Cam Robinson, Walker Little?

The Jaguars have a logjam at offensive tackle, and that's a good thing. They have a pair of bookend starters in Cam Robinson and Anton Harrison. Behind them are Walker Little and rookie Javon Foster. If either Robinson or Harrison gets hurt, Little or Foster could step in their place. Having said that, the Jags can afford to move Robinson or Little before the 2023 season starts.

Robinson has been the subject of trade talks in the offseason. He's set to count $21.9 million against the cap in 2024 but the front office could free up $17.2 million in space with $4.6 million in dead money if they release him or trade him. General manager Trent Baalke and head coach Doug Pederson have stated that Robinson is expected to stay next season but moving on from him shouldn't be ruled out just yet.

Besides creating space, the Jags could get a draft pick if they trade Robinson. It may be a sixth or fifth-rounder but that's better than letting him walk in free agency next offseason and get nothing in return from him. But if the Jaguars do want to keep the veteran offensive tackle, Little is another option.

Little, a second-round pick in 2021, has flashed starting potential over the last three years but hasn't gotten a chance with Robinson in the fold. Back in 2022, Little competed with Jawaan Taylor for the starting job at right tackle and took things to the wire. That kind of versatility would be appealing to teams who are in need of help at the position.

By trading either Little or Robinson, the Jaguars could see what they have in Javon Foster. If he shows promise, he could compete for a starting job next year. If he doesn't, they can start looking for a long-term answer at the position.