For Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell, his recent excursion into free agency has been an effective way to address positions of need.
Bringing in coveted free agents like Zane Beadles, Toby Gerhart and Red Bryant has laid the groundwork for head coach Gus Bradley and his staff to take the next step toward becoming a contender.
Even though the madness that was the first week of free agency has finally calmed down, there are still players left on the open market who would help improve this roster.
Narrowing down the guys who Caldwell should consider starts by figuring out where this roster needs to get stronger.
The two biggest areas of concern right now have to be on the interior offensive line and at wide receiver.
Brad Meester's retirement at the end of the 2013 season has created a major need for a bruising center to step in and help protect the quarterback. Aside from that, Justin Blackmon's recent suspension means the Jaguars need another wide receiver to help ease the burden off of fourth-year standout Cecil Shorts.
So, who are some of these free-agent targets Caldwell should consider going after?
Without further hesitation, it's time to check out the Jaguars' best remaining free-agency options.