RTC: Offensive line needs consistency

How much of an overhaul has the Jacksonville Jaguars' offensive line undergone? Only one player that started in last season's opener will likely start in the 2014 season opener -- and at a different position.

That would be Luke Joeckel, who started at right tackle in the 2013 opener against Kansas City. He'll start at left tackle when the Jaguars open the season at Philadelphia on Sept. 7.

The biggest issue for the line the past several seasons, writes Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, is a lack of consistency. There were seven starting combinations in 2012 and five in 2013. The hope is that won't be the case with this year's line, which projects this way: Joeckel, left guard Zane Beadles, center Mike Brewster, right guard Jacques McClendon or Brandon Linder, and right tackle Austin Pasztor.

Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars-related content from around the Web in our Reading the Coverage feature:

NFL.com's Alex Gelhar lists running back Toby Gerhart among the players expected to make the leap to fantasy football stardom.

NFL.com's Bucky Brooks ranks Paul Posluszny seventh on his list of the top 10 inside linebackers in the NFL.

Fox Sports Florida's Ken Hornack provides a look at the Jaguars' AFC South rivals.

O'Halloran sits down with Jaguars coach Gus Bradley for a pre-training camp Q&A. He also details what will happen first: Blake Bortles starting a game or Aaron Colvin playing in a game.