NFL teams build through the draft and fill holes in free agency, and the Jacksonville Jaguars will look to do both this offseason. They are entering their first season of a major rebuild, and a good draft is imperative to their future success.
They also have more holes than they can fill in one draft, however, and signing the correct players in free agency will allow the Jaguars to remain competitive while they rebuild. The Jaguars need players on both lines and throughout the defense, and there will be many talented players available in free agency.
The Jaguars have a chance to be active this free-agency period; they have $22.1 million in total salary cap room in 2013. That's good news for new general manager David Caldwell, as he will be able to address several issues of need with players who can make an immediate impact.
The Jaguars won't be able to sign every player on this list, but signing several of them would dramatically improve the team.