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No fire sale for Jaguars?

Never mind that 0-4 start and the minus-98 point differential. Never mind that earlier trade of left tackle Eugene Monroe. On Thursday, Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell insisted several of his team's other pieces -- namely Maurice Jones-Drew, Paul Posluszny, Marcedes Lewis and Uche Nwaneri -- aren't going anywhere this season. In other words, there will be no fire sale in North Florida. Is this good for one of the NFL's most moribund franchises?

Jacksonville GM David Caldwell says the team will not trade RB Maurice Jones-Drew or LB Paul Posluszny. What should the Jaguars do with their tradable players?

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  • What will be the Jaguars franchise's home in 2023?

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