The Jacksonville Jaguars have made it known they wouldn't mind trading down in next week's NFL Draft. Outside of blatantly saying "We would like to trade down," the team is putting all the signals out there that they would like to do so. At the team's media draft luncheon today, directory of player personnel Terry McDonough who handles draft day trades, says the Jaguars have already received some calls about the No. 7 overall pick.
Jaguars director of player personnel Terry McDonough said the team has fielded more calls this year than normal about trading their first-round draft selection (No. 7 overall). "There is some jockeying in and around our pick regarding what's going to happen," he said.
Depending on how the first six picks in the 2012 NFL Draft fall, it might be in the Jaguars best interest to move down in the draft, even if they take a little less than "market value". The best situation for the Jaguars still however, is if Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill is available when the Jaguars are on the clock.