Now with Eugene Monroe gone and Luke Joeckel on the right side, the Jaguars need a right tackle. It's obvious that the team will draft one in 2014 as part of the rebuilding process, but should the Jags pick up a free agent right tackle, just as a temporary stopgap?
One guy that interests me is Jammal Brown. He's 32 years old, and has started over 80 games at tackle for the Redskins. He was a free agent this past offseason and still is a free agent, however, he's got an impressive resume and his ESPN free agency grade was the same rating as Jermon Bushrod and Gosder Cherilus. I'm not saying that he's the permanent solution, but as a temporary solution, is acquiring someone like this unreasonable, or a bad idea? It adds to the competition philosophy that Bradley is bringing to Jacksonville, and he could be an upgrade over Pasztor/Bradfield.