A successful haul in free agency has altered the Jacksonville Jaguars' big board for the 2014 NFL draft. In particular, the team's need to find a hybrid pass-rusher has been diminished by the arrival of two skilled veterans and the retention of another.
Head coach Gus Bradley and general manager David Caldwell will have also taken note of the pro-day struggles of one prominent quarterback.
After bringing back veteran passer Chad Henne, the Jags will be even more content to select a development quarterback in a later round. Thankfully, a late-rising prospect fits that plan.
But the failure to land a cornerback or wide receiver in free agency will also see two players take higher spots on the Jags' big board.
Here are the nine draft prospects who are rising or falling on Jacksonville's board.