Finding both short- and long-term solutions at quarterback and in the pass rush should be at the top of every offseason wish list that the Jacksonville Jaguars draw up.
But there also needs to be room for bolstering the ranks at cornerback and defensive tackle. Jacksonville must also refresh its running game and add another competent receiver to the passing attack.
Thankfully, the team boasts one of the better salary-cap situations in the NFL. Recent figures from Spotrac.com writer Michael Ginnitti indicate the Jags have as much as $50,399,782 in projected cap space.
Those numbers should make the rebuilding franchise a major player in free agency. Head coach Gus Bradley could look to former team and newly crowned Super Bowl champions the Seattle Seahawks for help.
Several rotational members of the fearsome Seattle defense are set to hit free agency. They could all help Bradley mold his own dominant unit in Jacksonville.
As for their two primary needs, Bradley and general manager David Caldwell will find more credible quarterback and pass-rush help in this year's draft class.
Here is an early free-agency and draft wish list for the rebuilding Jags.