The Jacksonville Jaguars have scheduled visits with free agent cornerback Walter Thurmond III and linebacker Dekoda Watson, according to a report by Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports. Rand Getlin of Yahoo! is also reporting that free agent defensive end Willie Young will visiting in Jacksonville as well.
The Jaguars have already snapped up free agent offensive lineman Zane Beadles just a few minutes into the start of the league year and look to be adding at more positions of need.
Thurmond, 26, was originally a fourth round pick by the Seattle Seahawks in the 2010 NFL Draft. He spent most of the 2011 season on injured reserve with a broken fibula and then served a four-game suspension during the 2013 season for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. He's been a good nickleback for the Seahawks and would likely play the same role for the Jaguars.
Watson on the other hand has spent the past four seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who originally selected him in the seventh round of the 2010 NFL Draft. The 26-year old linebacker has been a rotational player for the Buccaneers, but has always seemed to have a knack for rushing the passer. It's possible the Jaguars view him as a SAM linebacker in their scheme.
Young, 28, has been a rotational pass rusher for the Detroit Lions the past few seasons. Originally a seventh-round pick of the Lions in 2010, he has six sacks in the past three seasons, getting the most of his playing time in 2013. He is widely regarded as one of the under-the-radar type pass rushers ready to break out in a starting role.