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NEW YORK | Needs and value. Smokescreens. Measurables. Production. Upside. Intangibles. Mock drafts. Enough already, right? Since the afternoon of Dec. 30, when the most miserable season in Jaguars history ended in Nashville, Tenn., the focus of the tea…Upvote Share Tweet
Gene Frenette: Dave Caldwell's litmus test might come in Round 2The toughest call for rookie general manager Dave Caldwell in the NFL Draft probably won’t come Thursday night. When the Jaguars are on the clock to make the No. 2 selection, that should be a relatively easy decision. Once the Kansas City Chiefs make thUpvote Share Tweet
Ryan O'Halloran's Mock Draft 3.0Jaguars beat reporter Ryan O'Halloran predicts the first round of the NFL Draft. 1. Kansas City OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M The Chiefs reportedly checked in on Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd on Tuesday, but the guess here is that’s only if they tUpvote Share Tweet
Jaguars’ owner: We need a good player, not a sexy pickprofootballtalk.com Updated Apr 24, 2013Perhaps hinting that Jacksonville will take an offensive tackle with the No. 2 overall pick in Thursday night’s NFL draft, Jaguars owner Shad Khan says his team doesn’t need to draft a flashy player who will fire up the fans. “What I’m worried aboUpvote Share Tweet
Clayton: Thrill of skill positions will wait in draftApr 24Tackles and guards will take precedence over skill positions early in the draft, writes John Clayton.
Peter King: My 2013 Mock DraftApr 24I say it every year, but this time I really mean it: There'll be a mad dash to trade down from the top. There's no Andrew Luck superstar to froth over, but there's good depth from 10 to 50. Here's how Round 1 will play out. (Editor's Note: NFL Draft Liv…