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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Team ‘may just have to take’ a running back fourth overall

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Jacksonville Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell: Team “may just have to take” a running back at No. 4 overall -
The NFL draft is roughly three months away, so there’s still plenty of time for the Jacksonville Jaguars to compile their draft rankings and produce a list of players they would be willing to take with the fourth overall pick. One of those just might be a running back. "Last year, there was a back that went in the top five, and he had a great year," general manager Dave Caldwell said during an interview with the team’s website, referring to the Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott. "I think it’s a situation where you kind of look at what’s up there in the top five, top 10, and if the best player is a running back, you may just have to take him."

Should the Jacksonville Jaguars re-sign Abry Jones? -
The Super Bowl is just a few days away, but as the Jacksonville Jaguars are still filling out their coaching staff, they'll need to also be doing some self-evaluation and determining which of their impending free agents they should prioritize and re-sign. We've looked at a few defenders already, but now we'll look at who I believe should be the Jaguars priority to re-sign this offseason over any of their other players, defensive lineman Abry Jones.

Former New York Giants lineman Chris Snee on what to expect from new Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line coach Pat Flaherty -
"What [Flaherty] taught me was how to be a pro," Snee said. "He then made technique changes. Some guys had to adjust more than others. But at the same time, if he knows something works for you, he'll allow you to use that technique even though that might not be the one he prefers." Snee played his entire 10-year career under Coughlin and Flaherty. He said that Flaherty was able to teach all sorts of blocking schemes throughout his tenure.