No. 3 position where the Jaguars could have depth concerns: Wide receiver
Wait, how can the Jaguars have concerns about their wide receiver corps when they have a starting trio that includes Calvin Ridley, Zay Jones, and Christian Kirk? There's no doubt the Jags have lots of firepower at the position but the truth is that their depth is lacking.
Last season, when Zay Jones had to miss games, the Jags gave extended playing time to return specialist Jamal Agnew and they can do the same if they sustain an injury at wide receiver. However, giving Agnew more offensive snaps could potentially affect his overall production on special teams. Unfortunately, the coaching staff might have no option if none of their youngsters step up in 2023.
Tim Jones solidified a spot on the Jaguars' 53-man roster after showing out in the preseason but only managed a paltry three catches in the regular season. 2022 undrafted free agent Kevin Austin Jr. spent his rookie season in the practice squad honing his skills but it's hard to tell if he's ready to contribute. Rookie Parker Washington is also in the mix. The former Nittany Lion could turn out to be a solid slot receiver but he doesn't have the size nor the length to excel outside.
Last but not least is Kendric Pryor, who signed with the Cincinnati Bengals after going undrafted last year but landed in Jacksonville before the start of the 2022 season. But unless someone separates himself from the bunch, the Jaguars' depth at wide receiver could be less than optimal.