BALTIMORE - SEPTEMBER 26: Dawan Landry #26 of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates a play against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium on September 26 2010 in Baltimore Maryland. The Ravens defeated the Browns 24-17. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)
We're two full days into this new form of free agency that's just a whirlwind of news. Teams have been signing players in a flurry and number of trades and deals are being made. Let's run down real quick what's happened and what the Jacksonville Jaguars will likely be doing in free agency as we go forward.
Jaguars Showing Interest in CB Chris Carr- Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reported yesterday that the Jaguars were in pursuit of Baltimore Ravens free agent cornerback Chris Carr. The Jaguars definitely need defensive back help, as a whole. I'm not sure if the Jaguars are pursuing Carr as a potential starter on the outside or as a nickelback, considering how much teams in the AFC South are required to play nickel.
Jaguars In Negotiations With LB Clint Session - Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union reported that the Jaguars were in contract negotiations with Indianapolis Colts free agent linebacker Clint Session. Session would be a nice grab to round out the Jaguars starting linebacking group. Daryl Smith, Paul Posluszny, and Clint Session would be a definite upgrade to what the Jagaurs fielded the past two seasons.
Jaguars in Pursuit of S Dawan Landry- Jason LaCanfora and other sources have reported the Jaguars are looking heavily at Baltimore Ravens safety Dawan Landry. The Jaguars were out of the Eric Weddle sweepstakes when they learned what his cost would be and Pete Prisco reported the Jaguars didn't even make an offer. Landry would provide an upgrade to the Jaguars defense. He played both positions on the Ravens, but he's more in the mold of a thumper strong safety. Will be interesting to see if he's the only safety the Jaguars pursue.