Jacksonville Jaguars land Chiefs CB L'Jarius Sneed: 3 trade proposals

• Here are 3 trade offers the Jaguars can make to alnd CB L'Jarius Sneed this offseason.

Dec 25, 2023; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Kansas City Chiefs cornerback L'Jarius Sneed (38) is
Dec 25, 2023; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Kansas City Chiefs cornerback L'Jarius Sneed (38) is / Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
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1. Jaguars trade Walker Little and a 5th-round pick for L'Jarius Sneed

Here's yet another route to land L'Jarius Sneed. Heck, there are different proposals the Jaguars can put together if they're serious about trading for the star cornerback. If the Chiefs aren't interested in a second-round selection or Zay Jones, maybe Walker Little could be of their interest. After all, left tackle is among the needs they need to address in the offseason and they would get a pretty good one in Little.

The Jaguars' brass just said at the NFL Scouting Combine that they don't intend to trade Cam Robinson. Now, plans can always change and things could happen between now and the draft, but if Jacksonville is serious about keeping Robinson, they should then shop (or trade) Little.

The Chiefs poached offensive tackle Jawaan Taylor from the Jags last year, giving him a four-year deal worth $80 million in free agency. Even though he had mostly lined up on the right side throughout his career, the plan was to plug him in at left tackle. However, the Kansas City Chiefs kept him at right tackle when veteran Donovan Smith became available.

Smith was serviceable at left tackle last year but the Chiefs may want to look for an upgrade. Little would fit the bill. A second-round pick by the Jags in 2021, he hasn't gotten much playing time behind Robinson but he's fared well whenever he's filled in for him.

Little made four starts at left tackle to begin the season while Robinson served a suspension for violations to the league's performance-enhancing drug policy. The former Stanford Cardinal did a good job, giving up just five total pressures and one sack in relief of Robinson. The fact that he's set to make just $2.4 million in 2024 could incentivize Kansas City to agree to a deal.

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