The Jacksonville Jaguars are in good standing with the salary cap with $22.1 million available (per ESPN's John Clayton) for 2013, but they will have to use the money wisely to successfully rebuild one of the least-talented teams in the NFL.
General manager David Caldwell has said he will build the team through the draft (per Vito Stellino of The Florida Times-Union). That's the best way to build a team to be competitive for the long haul, but Jacksonville also has enough money at its disposal to fill several holes in free agency, too.
Caldwell and Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley will have to make important decisions at key positions during the offseason, including at quarterback, offensive line and defensive line. These decisions could have a major impact on the salary cap and how quickly the team will be rebuilt.
Here is a look at the Jaguars' salary cap standings at each position, and an overview of moves they might make this offseason.
The salary cap information is courtesy of Spotrac.com.