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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Jaguars most improved team in 2016 offseason

ESPN's John Clayton thinks the Jaguars had the best offseason of any NFL team.

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Jacksonville Jaguars improved the most during 2016 offseason -
The draft capped off a great offseason. Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell added two potential rookie stars in cornerback Jalen Ramsey and linebacker Myles Jack. The defensive line improved with the signing of Malik Jackson. The secondary got better with the addition of free safety Tashaun Gipson, who has the range to allow coach Gus Bradley to let his corners play better in man and in Cover 3.

Who's playing where in 2016 on the Jaguars' defense? -
The Jaguars added a total of nine defenders to the roster this offseason through free agency and the draft, not including undrafted free agents. Of these nine players, four of them seem locked in as starters for Week 1, as well as Dante Fowler Jr., who is returning from an ACL injury. Five new starters next year.

Jaguars rookie lineman Pearce Slater dealing with a lot this offseason -
Historically, the NFL offers a whirlwind of change to those who are new to its ways. For those who were initially overlooked during the NFL Draft, change is not only certain, but grueling. Dozens of former college players with loads of starts, superlatives and leadership skills to their name are thrust to the background with little reprieve as undrafted free agents.