Estimated Cap Space: $32 million
Needs: Quarterback, center, guard, pass-rusher
The Jaguars have done a nice job this offseason. They have beefed up their defensive line with Chris Clemons and Evander Hood, while retaining Jason Babin.
They also added help on the offensive line by signing guard Zane Beadles.
Their biggest need is also one that has no answers in free agency—quarterback. The best available guy on the market is Rex Grossman. 'Nuff said.
Brad Meester's retirement left a big hole at center, one the Jaguars tried to fill by signing Alex Mack away from the Cleveland Browns. Per CBS Sports' Will Brinson, the Browns matched the offer sheet and Mack is staying in Cleveland, however, and the Jaguars are left with a Meester-sized hole.
There are several viable free agents left, though none of them come close to what Mack would have offered the Jaguars. Fernando Velasco and Kyle Cook might be the best of the bunch at the position, each of which is capable of holding down the fort in the middle for a year or two.
Despite all the additions on the defensive line, the Jaguars could use another solid pass-rusher. Unfortunately, all the good ones got snapped up early in free agency.
Anthony Spencer curiously remains on the market, however, and he could be a great option here. The 30-year-old is coming off season-ending knee surgery, though, and he has been a better run defender than pass-rusher throughout his career.
As mentioned, there isn't much available there.