On the surface, the lack of turnover in the Jaguars' starting lineup after last year's season-ending four-game losing streak might seem surprising.
As new middle linebacker Kirk Morrison observed in his introductory press conference, "If you don't win, things have to change."
It's last summer, though, where heads that needed to roll were put on the chopping block in Jacksonville. Four rookies emerged as starters and five more saw significant action.
High on promise but short on NFL experience, the 2009 Jaguars seemed to hit the "rookie wall" along with their youngest teammates down the stretch.
This year, holes in Jacksonville's depth chart are harder to come by as the Jaguars begin training camp. Voids created by departures and sub-par play are being targeted and filled with leaders by any means possible.