2013 has been a year of change for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Following a franchise-worst 2-14 record in 2012, the organization cleaned house in the front office by hiring David Caldwell as the new general manager. It also brought in a new coaching regime by hiring former Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as head coach.
The changes didn't exclude players, either, as the team has been overhauling its roster during the offseason. It has parted ways with many veterans who have been underperforming, while adding hungry young players to the mix.
Many of the moves Caldwell has made didn't even register a blip on the national radar as he has been signing players to low-risk contracts. Still, there have been a few major transactions the Jaguars have participated in during the first year of their rebuild.
Is Jacksonville building to a bright future with these transactions? Or is it just a continuation of what Jaguars fans are used to seeing?
Here is a grade for every major transaction the team has made this offseason.