My Jaguars Mock Offseason

Free Agency:


Chad Henne, QB, Jax: 2 years, $4 Million

As much as I hope Henne isn't the starter, he is one of the better backup QBs, and he knows the system.

Will Blackmon, CB, Jax: 2 years, $3.5 Million

He's a pretty good nickel corner, and we do have Jeremy Harris, who they may be grooming for the position.

Austen Paztour, OT, Jax: 2 years, $3 Million

Paztour played relatively well, and the main problem was the interior O-Line.

Jordan Todman, RB, Jax: 2 years, $3.5 Million

He's pretty good and could compete with the rookie to be the starter, or the RB we sign in FA.

Other Free Agent Signings:

Chris Clemons, LEO, Sea: 3 years, $15 Million

The original LEO in Coach Bradley's scheme, he could be a cap casulty for the Seahawks.

O'Brian Schofield, SAM, Sea: 2 years, $4 Million

Could be an upgrade at the SAM Linebacker spot. Comes in on a two year "Prove it, see if you can stay healthy deal".

Jon Asamoah, RG, KC: 4 years, $20 Million

An upper tier guard to replace Nwaneri.

Toby Gerhardt, RB, Min: 3 years, $9 Million

A talented RB to challenge Todman for the starting job.


Jason Babin, DE

Blaine Gabbert, QB

Ricky Stanzi, QB

Chris Prosiniski, S


Round 1: 3rd overall Pick:

Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville.

Only logical choice at #3 if he's there.

Round 2: 39th Overall Pick:

Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG, UCLA

LG who would be great in our zone blocking scheme.

Round 3: 70th Overall Pick:

Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State

With this pick we solidify our O-Line.

Round 4: 1st Pick:

James Gayle, LEO, Virginia Tech

Gayle has great initial burst, but right now may be a one trick pony with relying on his speed, but could be a guy Gus considers as a personal project.

Round 4: 2nd Pick:

Andre Williams, RB, Boston College

Productive runner, but needs to improve in pass catching. Determined.

Round 5: First Pick:

Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee

Mammoth DT. Is consistently double and triple teamed.

Round 5: 2nd Pick:

Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers

Huge Red zone threat. We struggled to score more than 3 points when we got to the red zone.

Round 5: 3rd Pick:

Crockett Gilmore, TE, Colorado State

With uncertainty surrounding Mercedes Lewis after 2014, with his contract and recent injuries. Gilmore is more of a blocking TE, but underrated pass catcher who can make exciting catches when leaping.

Round 6:

Adrian Hubbard, OLB, Alabama.

Linebacker depth.

Round 7:

Jay Prosch, FB, Auburn

We need a sledgehammer blocking for our RBs, and that is just what Prosch is.

Comments and criticism appreciated.

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