The Jacksonville Jaguars have plenty of cap space in 2021 but they can still make room for more. Things are starting to look up for the Jacksonville Jaguars after finishing the 2020 season with a 1-15 record.
The Jacksonville Jaguars could bring back a familiar face this offseason. After a taxing 2020 season, the Jacksonville Jaguars have a new head coach in Urban Meyer and Trent Baalke has been promoted to general manager after previously holding the job on an interim basis.
The Jacksonville Jaguars parted ways with Doug Marrone after the 2020 season and have a new head coach in Urban Meyer. They also hired Trent Baalke as their general manager and are in the process of rebuilding the team.
The Jacksonville Jaguars released running back Leonard Fournette last offseason after failing to find a trade partner. He then signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and will be playing on Championship Sunday.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to have the most salary cap space in the NFL in 2021. It’s a bit of an odd year, as the total salary cap for each team has decreased 11.2 percent since the 2020 season due to COVID-19 implications.
The Jacksonville Jaguars enter the offseason with an abundant amount of cap space and 11 draft selections in the 2021 NFL Draft. It will be interesting to see what route the new regime takes to build the roster.
It’s time for the Jacksonville Jaguars to bring in some difference-makers. Things are taking shape for the Jacksonville Jaguars. They have made significant changes to their coaching staff and front office after finishing the 2020 season 1-15.
Lucas is set to join incoming Jaguars defensive coordinator Joe Cullen. According to a report from The Athletic’s Jeff Zrebiec, the Jaguars are set to hire yet another Baltimore Ravens defensive assistant.
Don’t forget about Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew. The Jacksonville Jaguars will likely use the first overall selection in the 2021 NFL Draft to take Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
Coaching staff news continues to pour in for the new-look Jacksonville Jaguars, led by head coach Urban Meyer. According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, Meyer is adding Brian Schneider to Jacksonville’s staff as special teams coordinator.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are now operating under a new general manager and head coach in Trent Baalke and Urban Meyer, respectively. You can bet that there will be a multitude of transactions happening within Jacksonville this offseason on both sides of the ball.