Randall Cobb is no longer an option for the Jacksonville Jaguars as the Green Bay Packers locked him up to a 4-year, $40 million deal but another Packer could be drawing the interest of the Jaguars. Per a report from Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Jaguars are among the teams interested in Packers offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga.
One of the sources said the Packers had no intention of paying Bulaga $7 million per year. The sources indicated that the teams showing the most interest in Bulaga were Jacksonville, Washington and Tampa Bay, all of whom have great need on the offensive line.
Bulaga, 25, was a 2010 first round pick by the Packers. He was considered the Packers second priority in free agency behind Cobb. Jacksonville can obviously afford that price tag if they want to. We'll find out on Tuesday when free agency opens whether the Jaguars are a legitimate bidder or not.