Jaguars traded two sixth-round picks to the Philadelphia Eagles, No. 188 and No. 198 overall, to get Conner.
Seems crazy, but maybe crazy is the new norm.
If the Jaguars are hoping to find pass rushers in the 2016 NFL Draft, the advanced metric projects don't look too good.
Take a look at who the mock drafts around the Internet think the Jaguars will take.
The Jaguars will coach the South team in the 2014 Senior Bowl, but that doesn't mean fans should expect the team to draft players from the game any more than any other team or favor players from the side they coach.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will coach one of the teams in the 2014 Senior Bowl.
While the Jacksonville Jaguars may look like the worst team in the NFL, as it stands right now, they don't have the No. 1 overall pick.
Offensive tackle Luke Joeckel was the top-ranked player for the Cowboys in the 2013 NFL Draft, but half the Jaguars draft class didn't even make it on the team's draft board.
The Jaguars have a plan to get Denard Robinson touches during the season, including carries, receptions, and kick returns.
Undrafted rookie fullback Lonnie Pryor should bring enough versatility to the fullback position to warrant a roster spot on the Jaguars.
Dwayne Gratz needs some work, but he appears to be a solid fit for Gus Bradley and the Jaguars defense.
Arizona quarterback Matt Scott wound up going undrafted and suffering three concussions his final season in college might have been one of the reasons.
The Jaguars will have a total of 50 rookies in camp over the weekend, 19 of which will be on a try-out basis.
The Jaguars sixth-round pick appears to be a very good fit in Gus Bradley's defense, even if he's not starting right away.
The Jaguars have finally assigned numbers to their rookie class.
The Jaguars were high on Gators safety Josh Evans, which meant they had to avoid showing their interest to Evans former defensive coordinator.
Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country uses specific clips of Robinson while at Michigan to illustrate the skillset that Robinson will bring to the Jags in 2013 and beyond.
The Jaguars brought in bodies at the cornerback position, but third-round pick Dwayne Gratz should earn a starting job right away.
The Jaguars added mostly defense in the draft, but they also added some explosive playmakers like Ace Sanders
The Jaguars pick up the top rated quarterback in the first 2014 NFL Mock draft.
The Jacksonville Jaguars needed help on defensive in the draft and David Caldwell went after players who fit their defensive scheme.
The Jaguars get passing grades from most of the major media outlets.
Matt Scott and Jordan Rodgers headline the Jaguars group of undrafted additions.
The Jaguars drafted Denard Robinson in the fifth-round of the 2013 NFL Draft to play running back, but he's going to have to do some things to get suited for the position.
The Jaguars cleaned up a bit in undrafted free agency, especially with picking up defensive lineman Abry Jones.
The Jaguars didn't draft a quarterback in the draft, but they signed two undrafted players who have a legitimate shot to make the roster.
How well did Dave Caldwell do in his first draft as general manager of the Jaguars?
The Jaguars are signing undrafted players fast and furious.
The Jaguars added eight players in the 2013 NFL Draft, most of which were on the defensive side of the ball.
The Jaguars continue to bolster their secondary.
The Jaguars continue to add more players in their secondary.
The depleted Jacksonville secondary will feature plenty of youth in 2013.
This looks horrible. pic.twitter.com/NB9TkNQ7d7— Laurie Fitzpatrick (@LaurieFitzptrck) December 4, 2022
This looks horrible. pic.twitter.com/NB9TkNQ7d7
pic.twitter.com/s5UNs96ZgA— Laurie Fitzpatrick (@LaurieFitzptrck) October 30, 2022
Trevor with a perfect throw to Engram in the endzone pic.twitter.com/QvACVSoAd9— Laurie Fitzpatrick (@LaurieFitzptrck) October 30, 2022
Trevor with a perfect throw to Engram in the endzone pic.twitter.com/QvACVSoAd9