Upgrading an anemic passing attack was a high priority with wide receivers Laurent Robinson (Dallas) and Lee Evans (Baltimore). The Jaguars also brought in competition for quarterback Blaine Gabbert after his underwhelming rookie season by signing Chad Henne (Miami). Defensively, cornerback Aaron Ross (New York Giants) should improve the secondary provided he can stay healthy. Significant losses:
None. Top draft need:
After whiffing on pass-rushers Derek Harvey and Quentin Groves with its first two picks in the 2008 draft, Jacksonville will likely try to fill that need again in the early rounds. Analysis:
Jaguars general manager Gene Smith is taking a significant gamble that Robinson and Ross — both of whom have injury histories — weren’t one-year wonders in 2011. The Jags also must hope Henne is a viable starting option if Gabbert can’t quickly develop under new head coach Mike Mularkey. Grade:
D- Alex Marvez
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