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The future franchise quarterback of the Jacksonville Jaguars is not currently on the roster.
Blaine Gabbert has been a complete flop of a first-round pick, and Chad Henne has been worse. In all likelihood, GM David Caldwell and head coach Gus Bradley will be dead set on finding their franchise quarterback in the draft, but they'll need a veteran to compete with any rookie who's selected in May.
For Freeman, he'd find himself on a team without an abundance of skill-position players, but one that should improve defensively due to Bradley's expertise on that side of the ball.
Cecil Shorts and Justin Blackmon are encouraging young wideouts, and offensive tackle Luke Joeckel was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2013 draft.
If the Jaguars are willing to spend the money on Freeman, Jacksonville may be an underrated landing spot for the quarterback.