- Mike DiRocco, ESPN Staff Writer
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Coaching the South team in last weekend's Senior Bowl has given the Jacksonville Jaguars a leg up in preparation for the upcoming draft, general manager David Caldwell said.
The Florida Times-Union's Hays Carlyon writes that the time Caldwell, the coaching staff and scouts spent with the players will help them sharpen their focus as they begin to put together their draft board.
"There were 110 guys there that we now feel good about," Caldwell said. "Generally, some of those guys we'd be interested in working out or bringing in for a visit. We don't have to do that with a lot of those guys because we had them for a week. There's not that much more that we need to know about those players in terms of a workout or interview."
Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars-related content from around the Web in our daily Reading the Coverage feature:
The T-U's Ryan O'Halloran asked Seattle assistant head coach/offensive line coach Tom Cable about Bradley's ability to stay positive throughout the Jaguars' 0-8 start.
Something to keep your eye on as free agency nears: According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Denver Broncos don't expect to re-sign running back Knowshon Moreno in the offseason. The Broncos have two young running backs, including Montee Ball, that will be featured in the running game. If Maurice Jones-Drew does not re-sign with the Jaguars, Moreno could be a potential target. Denver also could be a potential landing spot for Jones-Drew.
1dBy Michael DiRocco