My turn to play imaginary GM for the day. Here is my version of the Jaguars ideal offseason. I say in a perfect world, but I guess in my perfect world would be more accurate since there is sure to be a few that hate it.
Part I - Resigning Phase:
Chad Henne: Servicable backup, knows the offense, good team guy.
Clay Harbor: Depth TE, can make plays in a pinch, affordable option.
Will Blackmon: Solid nickel/dime corner, hard worker.
Part II - Free Agency:
Alterraun Verner, CB, Tennessee Titans: Young emerging corner, only 25, has skill set to be effective in Bradley's scheme. Not the ideal big corner, but is a plug in starter as soon as he signs. BONUS makes Titans worse.
Part III - NFL Draft
Round 1: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville: If he's here, he's the guy. He's been picked apart for not having a "wow" factor, but at the end of the day he is guy. Of course there's room to grow, but he's got the ability to step in day one for us.
Round 2: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt: Matthews adds size to the receiving corps. Good route runner, allows us to feel confident in the passing game. Especially if Justin Blackmon can return.
Round 3: Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas: Adding to the pass rush, Jeffcoat can compete for the LEO spot.
Round 4: Andre Williams, RB, Boston College: MJD's replacement. Back who can carry the load.
Carl Bradford, OLB, Arizona State: Adds playmaking element to linebackers. Has pass rush ability as well.
Round 5: Tyler Larson, C, Utah State: Can compete for center job with Brewster and others.
James Gayle, DE, Virginia Tech: Another LEO candidate.
Terrance West, RB, Towson: Can compliment Williams in the backfield. Small school stud. Call me Gene.
Round 6: Prince Shembo, OLB, Notre Dame: Depth at linebacker.
Round 7: Matt Hazel, WR, Coastal Carolina: Homer pick since mocking a seventh round pick is a complete shot in the dark.
This is my ideal and yet somewhat realistic offseason. Feel free to rip it to shreds. Go Jags!