23 days and counting.
The NFL Draft presents a whole new set of goals for teams when it comes to finding "the player" who could change an NFL franchise for the next decade.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are looking for such a player. Hopefully in three weeks, the person walks across the stage, puts a Jaguars cap on and shakes the commissioner's hand and then talks to the media about how he is going to help Jacksonville win a championship.
Smiles of Jaguars fans across the First Coast grow bigger with the "promise and hope" of more wins and a new culture in the AFC South.
Wide receiver is still the most troubled spot on this team. So far, the Jaguars have signed Laurent Robinson to a free-agent contract and when last heard, were still in negotiations with former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver, Lee Evans. Adding another weapon to the offense sure would help.
We will be looking at all the positions in the NFL draft and keying in on the top five prospects at each of those positions the Jaguars, or other teams in the AFC South could be looking at to be "the player" who changes a team and a division.