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The Jaguars did make some smart moves, such as re-signing Jeremy Mincey and Dwight Lowery, but some of their additions are too risky to justify.
Jacksonville gave wide receiver Laurent Robinson a hefty five-year, $32.5 million contract. The Jaguars were in desperate need of a playmaking wideout, but they certainly overpaid for Robinson.
Robinson was a non-factor until last season and he most likely benefited from catching balls from star quarterback Tony Romo. In Jacksonville, Robinson will be catching passes from the much-maligned Blaine Gabbert.
A regression seems to be a certainty.
The Jaguars also signed backup quarterback Chad Henne to a two-year, $6.75 million contract. This is a questionable move, as even the top backups in the league don't earn more than $3 million a season.
The acquisition of cornerback Aaron Ross is also a risky move. Ross has been inconsistent throughout his career.
Jacksonville's three biggest additions are all major risks, and the franchise could end up regretting this free agency period.