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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: 2018 FSU Pro Day features several draft targets

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FSU Pro Day 2018 Preview: Jacksonville Jaguars could keep a close eye on several Seminoles -
With the early hysteria of free agency over and done with, the NFL’s focus now primarily shifts back to April’s draft.

Florida State routinely offers up talent to the next level and the Jaguars have consistently invested draft picks in the Seminoles’ standouts over the last few years. Linebacker Telvin Smith, cornerback Jalen Ramsey and wide receiver Rashad Greene have all joined the team under general manager Dave Caldwell’s control.

What is the biggest need on the Jacksonville Jaguars right now? -
While the 2018 NFL free agency period isn’t officially over, for all intents and purposes it’s over as far as finding impact players. More or less, the Jaguars are done spending in free agency and their focus will now fall towards the 2018 NFL Draft. The team answered a lot of their needs with veterans, so what’s the next step?

After all the signings, what is the Jaguars biggest need on the team?

Austin Seferian-Jenkins reveals reason for signing with Jacksonville Jaguars -
The Seattle Seahawks and home state kid Austin Seferian-Jenkins almost came together for a homecoming but ultimately both sides decided to go with much different options; now we have Seferian-Jenkins reason on how the situation unfolded. While Seferian-Jenkins eventually decided to sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars for two years at $10 million; the Seahawks signed tight end Ed Dickson on a three-year deal with a max value of $11 million. In the end, both found what they were looking for.