3. Jake Luton
The quarterback market isn't particularly enticing at this point of the season. Heck, you will have a hard time finding a decent one even in free agency because the demand at the position outweighs the supply. While the Jaguars are set to enjoy long-term stability with Trevor Lawrence behind center, that wasn't always the case.
As recently as 2020, one year before they drafted Lawrence first overall, the Jags turned to a then-rookie Jake Luton when Gardner Minshew suffered a thumb injury. Luton, a sixth-round pick in 2020, flashed in his first start but came crashing down in the next two. The former Oregon State Beaver would sign with the Seattle Seahawks the following year and is currently on the Carolina Panthers practice squad.
Now, Luton is by no means a starting quarterback. However, the Jaguars don't have many choices at this point. Like E.J. Perry, he also spent training camp with them last year. They could give Blake Bortles a call, as Mark Long of the Associated Press recently suggested but there's a reason he's not been on an NFL roster since 2021. Simply, he's not that good. Nick Foles could be another alternative, especially when you take into account that he's previously played for Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson.
That said, Foles is persona non-grata in Jacksonville after signing a top-market contract in 2019 only to flop once he took the field. Thus, Luton may make more sense.