Yes, the Jaguar were the worst team in the NFL in 2020, and they have a lot of work to do to return to respect after a very bad period that commissioned General Manager Dave Caldwell and coach Doug Maroney. Their jobs. But they also have an enormous number of tools with which to build a transformation, the biggest of which is the first public pick in the 2021 NFL Draft – this year, that could mean a chance to land Clemson midfielder Trevor Lawrence, who is considered one of the best potential players in history, if he decides. Enter the draft.
Owner Shad Khan Chopped without words At his press conference on Monday, he said what has always eluded the Jaguar franchise is having a franchise behind-the-middle. That wait may be coming to an end, and Jaguars should be able to quickly surround their future QB, whatever, with some other talent. They have boatloads from another capital project, including another first driver and an additional pick in the second round, purchased in a series of veterans’ deals. They are expected to have The largest area of cover In the league, at Over The Cap, about $ 80 million. They have some small pieces, like the receiver DJ Share, Running back James Robinson, Defensive end Josh Allen And back Miles Jack. Khan is a patient owner, although the revelations that there were other employees last season and that he intends to keep it that way are sure to be brought up by the candidates.
Mostly what this team needs is a top-down culture builder – one of the biggest problems Jaguar has faced in recent years is that quite a few of the best picks chosen have signed second contracts with the team. That has to change, and the first step is for Jacksonville to become a place the players want, with a coach they want to play for.