Free agency provides a quick fix for teams looking to fill holes, and the Jacksonville Jaguars roster is full of them.
Although general manager David Caldwell said the team won't be "overly active" (per Vito Stellino of The Florida Times-Union) in free agency, there are still moves they can make to improve the roster.
The Jaguars need to go after players who will improve the team without breaking the bank. The potential free-agent class is deep at the positions the franchise needs the most at, and they should be able to find players to fill the holes.
In addition to finding cheap talent, Jacksonville needs to focus on re-signing a couple of key players with expiring contracts.
The moves Caldwell makes during free agency will impact his draft strategy and could make the team competitive during its rebuild.
Here are the Jaguars' five biggest free-agent priorities based on the players available and the importance of the position.