3. Jarvis Landry
Lastly, the Jaguars could look at a totally different type of receiver than Jones and go the route of veteran Jarvis Landry. Last year, the 30-year-old saw the lowest production of his entire 9-year career when he was with the New Orleans Saints. Landry caught 25 passes for 272 yards and one score in nine games.
However, there were many factors going into those numbers, injury and quarterback situation being two of them.
When healthy, Landry is still one of the more crafty route runners in the league. He has some of the best hands in all of football, and has been a catch monster for the majority of his career. The five-time Pro Bowler (all consecutive, by the way) has gone over the 100-catch mark twice in his career, both coming back during his days with the Miami Dolphins.
For a quarterback like Trevor Lawrence who is truly breaking out before our eyes, just one more receiver, and more notably a safety net, would be beneficial. Though he might not start or be often-used, Landry's presence and skill set is still a very valuable one. His savvy intangibles are something he can bring to the table in key situational football moments.
Another plus in signing any three of these players? It's late enough in the offseason where they would come cheaper than usual, and the Jaguars have cap space. So, what do you think? Should they make any of these moves?