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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: What we learned from 2016 NFL Combine

What we learned about the NFL Scouting Combine that's relevant for the Jaguars, and more team news for your Tuesday morning.

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What the Jacksonville Jaguars learned from the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine -
The defense may be tweaked. Head Coach Gus Bradley said during his appearance on LIVE Friday that the Jaguars need to be open entering free agency to tweaking the defensive scheme to benefit players. "It’s about trying to get the best players on the field," Bradley said. "We have our core principles. We have our core beliefs. But if it needs tweaking to get the best players on the field, we have to be flexible enough to do it."

2016 NFL Combine winners and losers: Defensive line -
Last week we did a preview about a handful of defensive lineman to keep an eye on at the combine and we explained why the Jacksonville should be paying attention to them. You can view the post here. So how did these players perform in Indianapolis? Who were the biggest winners and losers?

For new defensive coordinator Todd Wash, NFL Combine has changed quite a bit -
During his first nine trips to the NFL Scouting Combine, Todd Wash’s entire focus was on the defensive line. When those players completed their workouts, Wash would leave town. Not this year. Promoted to defensive coordinator last month, Wash is involving himself with the linebacker and secondary spots for the first time.