Most notable? The starting lineup.
This training camp has been full of position battles, as the rebuilding franchise tries to identify players who could play big roles in the future.
Like there is in any other NFL camp, there have been big surprises (Blake Bortles) and major disappointments (Mike Brewster), but overall this team is starting to really come into focus.
While the Jaguars don’t necessarily promise to be a real threat to the league in 2014, getting the starting lineup established now should go a long way toward making them relevant in the future. The rebuilding process means giving players an opportunity to develop into roles that will allow this team to be long-term contenders. I think the team is doing everything they can to maximize that opportunity.
With that said, let’s take a look at what I project to be the Jaguars’ starting lineup Week 1.