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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Projecting the offense in 2017

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How will the Jacksonville Jaguars offense do in 2017? -
The Jaguars closed the veteran portion of the 2017 offseason program this past Thursday with the end of a three-day mandatory minicamp at the practice fields adjacent to EverBank Field. That marked the end of the on-field portion of the offseason, which means a lot of radio silence until training camp begins in late July. It also means the start of the projecting season, with observers trying to figure just what the Jaguars will look like in 2017. The first step in that vein? Projecting the roster.

Should the Jacksonville Jaguars take a look at fired GM John Dorsey? -
How would you feel about the Jacksonville Jaguars taking a look at Dorsey to replace current general manager Dave Caldwell. Obviously, Dorsey is the better scout of talent. Caldwell has had five draft classes and his first three first round picks were Luke Joeckel, Blake Bortles, and Dante Fowler — all three of which have underwhelmed. The next two were Jalen Ramsey and Leonard Fournette, more promising for sure but after how much failure?

How will fullback use impact the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2017? -
Jaguars offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett is looking to resuscitate a long-suffering running game this season. He plans to accomplish that feat with the help of a position that has seemingly been buried by most of the teams in the NFL.