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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Dave Caldwell will be aggressive in free agency

The Jaguars will be aggressive but cautious in free agency, and more team news for your Monday morning.

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Jacksonville Jaguars will be aggressive, but cautious, in free agency -
"There will be some opportunities for us," general manager Dave Caldwell said. "It might not be the big splash, but will be guys of value." Translation: If Malik Jackson is holding out of $15 million per year, he won’t get it from the Jaguars. Just based on Caldwell’s track record, he has a price point on every player and won’t greatly deviate. Where the Jaguars need help (cornerback and free safety), there are multiple options so they won’t need to drastically overpay.

Joey Bosa: "I'm the best player in the draft" -
"I do believe I'm the best player in the draft," Bosa said Friday at the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine. "There's, of course, a lot of amazing players in the draft and it's going to be up to Tennessee to make that decision. But I think as a top player, if you don't believe that, then there is something wrong ... I think I bring the best pass rusher, the best defensive lineman in the country."

Jaguars offseason outlook for 2016 -
Who should the Jaguars target in free agency and the draft? CBS Sports weighs in.