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The Jacksonville Jaguars addressed a lot of holes on the roster in free agency and the draft. The additions along the defensive line and at linebacker and receiver should make the team more competitive than it was in 2013.
But the Jaguars' biggest remaining hole on the roster is at offensive line, writes Rivers McCown of Football Outsiders.
Even though the Jaguars added guard Zane Beadles, are getting left tackle Luke Joeckel back and drafted guard Brandon Linder in the third round, there are still major questions about the unit, especially at center and right guard. Here's a piece of McCown's analysis:
The more likely scenario is that the Jaguars still carry a bad offensive line next year. [Mike] Brewster has been downright bad in earlier appearances. Beadles isn't better than solid and blew 21 pass blocks last season, according to Football Outsiders game charting, more than any other Broncos interior lineman. Joeckel may have more growing pains, and the other positions aren't settled.
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WJXT TV-4 sports director Sam Kouvaris and Cole Pepper discuss the Jaguars' OTAs, among other things, in their latest podcast.