So... Read this article on ESPN.com and uh... Jerry Sullivan doesn't seem to be too taken with the Jags current WR group. In fact, for coach speak, I think it sounds pretty negative. Here's a good quote: "I like the challenge that belies me, I’ll put it that way," Sullivan said. "I look forward to it. We’ve got a lot of young guys who’ve got a lot to learn, but I’m excited about their attitude and we’ve just got to put one foot in front of the other going up the mountain. Some days you slide a step. Some days you gain two steps. ... "It’ll be a well-rounded group if everybody gets to where they need to be. We’ve got a ways to go. That’s a common phrase around the league, I know. Nobody wants to put themselves out there. My whole thing is the group needs to improve to be NFL caliber to win games." So apparently, even with the new additions, Sullivan sees them as needing to improve in order to be NFL caliber. So what does that make them?