After an exceptional 2020 campaign, Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Myles Jack is ready to make a colossal impact in 2021. The soon-to-be sixth-year NFL veteran was one of the NFL’s best linebackers in pass coverage last season.
Jacksonville traded up in the fourth round to select Smith. The Jacksonville Jaguars are set to begin rookie minicamp today, and with that in mind, we continue to take a closer look at each of Jacksonville’s draft picks.
How much have the Jacksonville Jaguars really improved since the end of the 2020 season? Looking at all the changes the organization has made to the coaching staff, the front office, and the roster, it’s fair to say that a lot.
One of the Jacksonville Jaguars’ few bright spots in 2020 was their wide receiver corps, led by DJ Chark Jr. and then-rookie Laviska Shenault Jr. One year later, the unit looks even stronger after all the additions the team has made this offseason.
With a new defensive coordinator and new blood on defense, we can piece together what the Jaguars defense will look like stylistically. This offseason the Jaguars hired Joe Cullen to be their new Defensive Coordinator.
The Jacksonville Jaguars revamped their cornerback room this offseason, making major additions in both free agency and the draft. With all the changes the team has made it’s easy for Sidney Jones to fly under the radar.