Three new faces will enjoy expanded playing time after joining the Jacksonville Jaguars. They include a running back who gets his first chance to lead an offense rather than being an understudy.
Of the incumbents on the roster, another running back should see his reps as a pass-catcher increase. The decision to part ways with a franchise linchpin not only took away the team's best runner, but also one of its most useful receivers.
Jags fans can also expect to see additional passes go the way of an underrated "move" tight end who has the receiving skills to suit a more expansive offense.
Here are the six players whose production will increase in Jacksonville in 2014.
All statistics via NFL.com unless otherwise stated.