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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Running back could be priority in NFL Draft

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The Jaguars will likely address running back in the early rounds of the NFL Draft, and more team news.

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Receiver, running back will be priorities in Rounds 2 and 3 - Jacksonville.com
If running backs Melvin Gordon or Todd Gurley fall to the 36th overall pick, it should be a no-brainer. The Jaguars would take the back first and then find a slot receiver in the third round. Ideally, Kansas State’s Tyler Lockett would still be available. If Gurley and Gordon are gone at 36, the receiver spot would be the way to go.

Jermey Parnell gives Blake Bortles needed protection - BleacherReport.com
The offensive line is one of the most important units in football, but it's also one where knowledge is scarce. There aren't raw stats. Offensive linemen aren't accounted for in the fantasy world. Without turning on the tape, it's nearly impossible to explain how well an offensive lineman plays.

How does Dante Fowler fit in the Jaguars defense? - BigCatCountry.com
The player that is most mocked to the Jaguars at this point has to be Dante Fowler, Jr. And it does make sense. He's from UF, plays with the temperament you know Gus Bradley would love, fills a big need, and had an above average showing at the combine.

NFL free agency: Recapping the Jaguars - Fansided.com
Whew! My head is still spinning from the whirlwind that week one of NFL free agency brought on. After all the dust had settled, one team that was generating quite a buzz was the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jaguars are young team on the up-and-up and owner Shad Khan seems willing to do whatever it takes to turn that team into a perennial winner.