The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of the biggest mysteries in the 2013 NFL Draft, because not many people know who they're going to pick going forward. Most mock drafts now have the Jaguars selecting Oregon linebacker/defensive end Dion Jordan, which would be a great fit, but a lot of people think the Jaguars will also try to move down in the draft.
The Jaguars seem to be open to either picking a guy they like at two or moving down, keeping their options open as they should.
"We would be open to both," Jaguars general manager David Caldwell said on ESPN's NFL Live. "There is a player there at two that we're going to draft and that's going to make us better, we feel good about that and we have a consensus here from our personnel staff and our coaching staff. It would have to be the right situation for us to move back and bypass that player."
It's been noted by multiple outlets that the Jaguars have two players they would feel comfortable picking at the No. 2 spot, meaning no matter who the Kansas City Chiefs pick at first overall, the Jaguars will still have one of their players on the board.
It sounds like the Jaguars won't take a "discounted offer" to slide down the draft, either, which is something we've talked about in the past that could happen. It sounds like Caldwell wants something more substantial to bypass one of the guys they like at the No. 2 spot.
"Obviously, it has to be worth your while to drop back," he said. "If there is somebody who you feel can come in and contribute right away and be a cornerstone of this franchise for eight or 10 years, what is really the value if a team is just going to give you a fifth or fourth round pick to bypass a guy that you really feel good about, have conviction about? I don't see that happening," Caldwell continued.
"If it's something substantial and you can get a couple picks or a future pick, higher picks, then that's something you'd have to discuss."
Then again... It could all be a smokescreen!