Jags Perfect Off Season 4.0

Jags 2014 Free Agents

Michael Johnson DE Cincinnati- The Jags are in need of an upper echelon pass rushing specialist and Johnson is just that.

Jon Asomoah OG Kansas City- The Jags interior line play was terrible last season and needs to be addressed if they’re going to put someone new under center. Asomoah is a top 10 guard in the league and immediately upgrades the interior.

Captain Munnerlyn Nickel Back Carolina- The Jags cornerback played decent this year, but Munnerlyn is an absolutely electric player who could add some bite to the secondary.

Evan Deitrich-Smith C Green Bay- Deitrich Smith played okay at Green Bay but I think he would make excellent o-line depth considering he can play all three interior line positions and over the years the Jags have struggled to stay healthy on the line. Deitrich-Smith should be dirt cheap.

Dekoda Watson OLB Tampa Bay- A large athletic linebacker, something the Jags don’t have. He played well in limited snaps in Tampa this season. He is only 25 and should also be dirt cheap.

Jags 2014 Resigns

Chad Henne QB

Jordan Todman RB

Clay Harbor TE

Mike Brown WR

Austin Pasztor OT

Cameron Bradfield OT

Jags 2014 Released and Non Returning Players

Blaine Gabbert QB


Will Rackley OG

Mike Brewster OG

Will Blackmon CB

Jason Babin LEO

Geno Hayes

Jags 2014 Mock Draft

3rd Overall Pick Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville- The most pro ready QB in the draft he does everything you want a QB to do. He is thin but putting on weight isn’t impossible.

39th Overall Pick Stephen Tuitt DE/DT Notre Dame- Outside of Sen’Derrick Marks the Jags lack any imposing players on the d-line. Tuitt is a huge human being with a great combination of size and power. He could come in and have a huge impact from day 1. I have him falling to 39 because of his lackluster senior season, and the injuries that nagged him through-out.

70th Overall Pick Weston Richburg C Colorado State- With Brad Meester retiring a replacement is needed. Richburg is a solid run and pass protector with good athleticism. He’s an improvement over what we have and him and Bridgewater can grow and develop with each other.

101st Overall Pick Christian Jones LB Florida State- Jones is an extremely athletic linebacker with size. The Jags linebacker core was bad to average this year lacking big plays, and not being athletic enough to handle coverage responsibilities. Jones is raw but his athletic abilities are why the jags should take him. He reminds me of Seattle's K.J Wright.

115th Overall Pick Daniel McCullers DT Tennessee- A giant human being McCullers is a great run stopper. He doesn’t offer much in pass rush but his sheer size requires double teams opening things up for the rest of the D. The jags lacked a true run stuffing presence on the d-line last year and McCullers could be that guy from day 1.

132nd Overall Pick James Wilder Jr. RB Florida State- A size speed specimen at running back at running back Wilder reminds me of the Cowboys running back Demarco Murray. Jordan Todman has the potential to be a good running back but I don’t think he’s a future back. Wilder was in a committee backfield at Florida State and it could be a similar situation here in Jacksonville. Wilder could be the thunder to Todmans lightning.

138th Overall Pick Bryan Linder OG Miami- A large offensive guard is great at run blocking and has experience in Jedd Fisch’s offense. He would provide good depth on the line and could eventually develop into a starter.

146th Overall Pick L’Damien Washington WR Missouri- A size speed specimen at receiver Washington is extremely raw but it gives WR coach a very nice specimen to work with and develop.

163rd Overall Pick Aaron Lynch DE/LEO South Florida- A fast strong defensive lineman, a little raw but he’s a perfect developmental prospect to add to the LEO rotation.

195th Overall Pick Jay Prosch FB Auburn- A traditional FB in the fact that he’s not really great at running or receiving the football, but he blocks so well it’s almost like having an extra lineman on the field. The Jags want to be committed to the run, run committed teams like Seattle, Carolina, and San Francisco all have great fullbacks.

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