The Jacksonville Jaguars are not pursuing cornerback Josh Norman, according to Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.
#Jaguars source on if anything cooking with Josh Norman: "Not that I know."— Ryan O'Halloran (@ryanohalloran) April 21, 2016
ESPN's Michael DiRocco is also reporting that 10 teams are inquiring into Josh Norman and the Jaguars aren't one of them, which makes perfect sense since the Jaguars don't have $54 million in cap space and cornerback isn't really a position of need for them.
Wait a minute, that's not right.
No, it's supremely dumb if the Jaguars haven't at least inquired into Josh Norman's status or contacted his agent. Nearly one-third of the league is making calls and unless there's something Dave Caldwell knows that no one else in the NFL knows then I don't understand what is going on.
If you don't want to sign Norman because he's asking for too much, that's one thing. But to not even do your due diligence is too much, y'all.