Matt Forte is certain to generate interest on the open market. Which teams would want him and could afford the running back?
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Quarterbacks and pass-rushers are always in demand at the top of the draft, but an offensive tackle could be the No. 1 selection this year.
Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer
The Jaguars have signed former CFL CB Josh Johnson to a free agent contract.
By making the list of 25 semifinalists, Tony Boselli is now more a part of the Hall of Fame discussion than at any point since his retirement in '03.
Prediction: International Jags win SB LXI
In a fun glimpse into the future, the Jaguars play home games in London, Barcelona, Rome and Jacksonville on the way to a Super Bowl win. Leading the way? QB Blake Bortles and DT Rashan Gary. The next 25 Super Bowls
Jacksonville has plenty of salary cap space to go out and sign free agents, but the Jaguars should consider retaining some of their own, too.
Predicting Jacksonville's offseason
Defense has been holding the Jaguars back from being a contender in the AFC South. Mike DiRocco sees Jacksonville GM David Caldwell spending big this offseason to address that side of the ball. Offseason predictions
Who will score for Jacksonville?
Mike Clay of Pro Football Focus believes Blake Bortles' numbers will regress in 2016. That might create an opportunity for T.J. Yeldon to find the end zone more often. Way-too-early fantasy rankings
Who might pursue Mario Williams?
ESPN's Josina Anderson thinks the Giants, 49ers, Jaguars, Falcons and Raiders could be good fits for Williams, who is likely to be released by the Bills. None of those teams made the playoffs in 2015.
Former Charger Shawne Merriman had a comeback when the Jacksonville Jaguars zinged him by Tweeting a video of a Maurice Jones-Drew block in 2007.
The Jaguars say that their defensive scheme isn't broke, but they need to get better players and focus on execution.
With Super Bowl 50 over, we can start to look forward to 2016. But Las Vegas doesn't expect much of Blake Bortles and the Jaguars next season.
More growth needed in Jacksonville
Five wins and some development from Blake Bortles was good to see in 2015. But the Jaguars must do more to scrub away the losing culture. Way-too-early Power Rankings
When free agency opens, the Jags could be in the market for pass-rushers and a safety, which could put some notable veterans on their radar.
Super Bowl teams typically don't make rash decisions and almost always rank among the leaders in sacks.
Jaguars QB Blake Bortles comments on his second NFL season, his leadership, his offseason schedule, why he purposely attempts to be boring and his fame.
The Jaguars didn't have much drama on or off the field in 2015. The same can't be said for their AFC South counterparts.
NFLPA: The Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars are the only two NFL teams below the 89 percent cash spending required by next year, and they are significantly under the minimum.
There were questions about whether Marcus Mariota could adapt to a pro-style offense and succeed in the NFL. He answered them with a resounding "yes."
It was an up-and-down season for Jaguars kicker Jason Myers, but Rashad Greene provided a big spark on punt return.
College QB turned NFL running back Denard Robinson thinks the Jacksonville Jaguars have a bright future and wants to be a part of it.
Jaguars' grade dips due to injuries
Mike Sando was generally a fan of Jacksonville's moves last offseason, but injuries kept Dante Fowler Jr. and Julius Thomas from making a full impact. 2015 offseason re-grade (Insider)
The Jaguars only won five games in 2015, but they had a division-best eight players on ESPN's All-AFC South team and the future looks bright.
They were University of Michigan quarterbacks a little more than a decade apart, but the Jaguars running back has never met the Patriots QB.