The Jacksonville Jaguars are shopping the 33rd overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, sources tell Big Cat Country. The team picked up Luke Joeckel with the second overall pick, which should give the team a good pair of starting offensive tackles. The team will be looking to add more picks in the second round however.
It was reported by Mark Long of the Associated Press that the Jaguars would not be drafting a quarterback with the 33rdoverall pick, and as expected the team is shopping it hard, despite the fall of quarterbacks like Geno Smith and Ryan Nassib. The team would like to pick up at least another mid-round pick to slide down some.
The Jaguars can field calls for the rest of the evening and all day on Friday to find a good offer for the first pick in the second round.