No. 4 player the Jacksonville Jaguars could trade at the deadline: Tim Jones, WR
Wide receiver Tim Jones made the 53-man roster last year after a productive offseason. Although he only finished the 2022 season with three catches for 30 yards, his willingness to block helped him get playing time.
Even though the Jaguars made several additions to their wide receiver corps in the offseason, Jones once again made the team. He's picked up where he left off last year and has seen extended playing time while Zay Jones recovers from a knee injury. Already, he's appeared on 121 offensive snaps. With 24 more, he'll have played as many as he did last year. The 13-yard pass he caught from punter Logan Cooke to give the Jags a fresh set of downs in Week 7 was huge.
Jones hasn't practiced yet but the Jaguars will have their BYE after playing the Steelers in Week 8. That will give him ample time to recover. Once he returns to the lineup, Jones will see his playing time decrease; unless a team in need of wide receiver help gives general manager Trent Baalke a call.
The Jaguars used a sixth-round pick in this year's draft on Parker Washington and undrafted free agent Elijah Cooks made the 53-man roster. If the team's bras wanted to, they could also sign Seth Williams and Jacob Harris off the practice squad. Both of them flashed in the preseason, so Jacksonville would have plenty of options if they decided to move on from Jones.