5 players the Jacksonville Jaguars could trade during draft season

• Here are 5 players the Jaguars could place on the trade block during and after the 2024 NFL Draft.
Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Tyson Campbell (32) breaks up a 4th and 7 pass play to Carolina
Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Tyson Campbell (32) breaks up a 4th and 7 pass play to Carolina / Bob Self/Florida Times-Union / USA TODAY
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The Jacksonville Jaguars have had a busy offseason. Besides making several splash signings in free agency, they managed to bring back several key contributors, including Josh Allen, who just got a monster extension. But as productive as they've been, the Jags aren't done making moves.

The front office will enter the 2024 NFL Draft with eight picks, which they'll use to keep adding talent and depth to the roster. On the other hand, they could use the opportunity to trade a handful of players, including the next five.

5. Luke Farrell, tight end

The Jaguars are stacked at tight end. Evan Engram has become a mainstay of the offense the past two years and should once again have a big impact in 2024. Behind him is Brenton Strange, a second-round pick in 2024. Strange didn't do much of note last season but he's expected to take on a bigger role in his sophomore campaign.

On top of that, the Jaguars signed Josiah Deguara in free agency. A third-round pick in 2020, Deguara is a good blocker who can line up at several spots on offense. There's also Luke Farrell, who could be the odd man out after Deguara's arrival.

Farrell was a fifth-round pick by the Jags in 2021. Right out of the bat, he carved a niche as a blocker but has also been a reliable pass-catcher when called upon. However, he's set to become a free agent next year and Deguara is more versatile than him. Maybe they could compete for a roster spot in training camp, but the Jaguars could also trade Farrell on draft day.

After all, Farrell is set to become a free agent after 2024 and the team's brass might want to get some compensation instead of letting him walk and get nothing. Maybe the former Ohio State Buckeye will fetch a seventh-round selection. A team in need of a pass-blocking tight end could most definitely use his help.