With the NFL Scouting Combine now in the rear view mirror, there is only one stop left on the path to the 2013 NFL draft: the hectic and often surprising free-agency period.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will not be much more than outside observers for most of free agency, but there are still moves general manager David Caldwell can make to improve the team.
Jacksonville will bypass signing big-name and overpriced free agents in favor of building the team through the draft. The team has too many holes to fill in one draft, however, and Caldwell will have to sign free agents to be stopgaps until a long-term solution is found.
Free agency gets underway March 9, when players can begin negotiating with other teams. It gets in full swing three days later when players can officially sign with teams.
Here is a guide to what the Jaguars have done thus far in the offseason and what positions they should focus on in free agency.