The NFL Draft is almost here. After a free agency period in which the Jacksonville Jaguars prioritized value, versatility, and filling holes on the roster, it will now have the luxury of being able to select the best player available with each of its ten draft picks.
The Jacksonville Jaguars really don’t need to put effort into their draft selection process until the 25th overall pick comes along. It’s quite clear that they will select quarterback Trevor Lawrence number one overall—unless they shock everyone and go in a completely unexpected direction, but that’s unlikely.
With just 15 days to go until the 2021 NFL Draft kicks off, the publishers of the FanNation NFL network have come together to deliver you our best predictions for how this month's first-round could play out. Where do the quarterbacks go?
The Jacksonville Jaguars took advantage of the vast amount of cap space they had this offseason and were one of the most active teams in free agency. So far, their signings have gotten either good or very good grades.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been quick to throw their support behind their offensive line this offseason, but that doesn't mean they should stop attempting to build a fortress for their franchise quarterback. In a little over two weeks, the Jaguars will be selecting Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence to be the new face of the franchise.
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In a little over two weeks, Trevor Lawrence will hear his name called by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, announcing him as the No. 1 overall pick and the future of the Jacksonville Jaguars. But the Jaguars aren't waiting until Goodell makes it official to see how their soon-to-be franchise quarterback walks the walk and talks the talk.
The 25th overall pick in the NFL Draft lies within an interesting range of picks. This usually the point in the draft where we see teams trade up to draft prospects who have seen their draft stock fall a bit.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have done a good job of giving the roster a makeover this offseason but that doesn’t mean the work is over. In fact, they need to make sure they keep adding talent in the 2021 NFL Draft, but what position needs to most attention?
Let’s get them the toaster. That was the joke as Eric Dillard—known to Jacksonville Jaguars fans on Twitter by username @E_Dilla—shared the wedding registry for Trevor Lawrence and his fiancée, now wife, Marissa Mowry.
NFL mock drafts are a hot commodity right now as we are currently three weeks out from the 2021 NFL Draft. We can speculate all we want about each teams’ selection but in reality, we won’t know how the dominoes will fall until draft night.
Jordan Palmer has made a career out of identifying, molding, and teaching first-round quarterback talent. The former NFL (and Jacksonville Jaguars) quarterback now serves as a consultant with the Quarterback Summit in California.
Gardner Minshew’s majestic mustache has been his defining quality since he joined the Jacksonville Jaguars two years ago, but the hair on his head may suddenly be more noteworthy than the hair on his face.
Gardner Minshew marches to the beat of his own drum, and we respect him for doing so. Many celebrities and athletes follow the hottest trends in fashion and style, while a few others — Cam Newton, Russell Westbrook and James Harden — go against the grain in showing off some unique looks.
While some players wouldn't necessarily be thrilled about a trade to Jacksonville after the season it had in 2020, Brown admitted that he's excited for the opportunity, especially because his college head coach, Charlie Strong.