According to Mike Florio of NBC's ProFootballTalk, as of March 26, 13 NFL teams still have more than $10 million in spending room for 2013, and five still have more than $20 million, according to a source with knowledge of the NFLPA’s calculation of remaining cap room.
The Jaguars are second on the list with $26.6 million remaining in cap space.
With this much cap space remaining, you begin to wonder who else they target. It'd be nice to see them re-sign LB Daryl Smith and maybe bring in another FA DT like Alan Branch (who played in Seattle under Bradley) and another FA WR such as Julian Edelman, Josh Cribbs, or Darius Heyward-Bey. With Sebastian Vollmer and Jake Long off the market, I don't expect the Jags to target a RT in free agency, but early in the draft (2nd or 3rd round) as FA RT Andre Smith is too risky of a signing.
I guess all we can do is wait and see where the Gus Bus will stop next.