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2013 NFL Draft trades: Day Three
profootballtalk.com Updated Apr 27, 2013
Here are the terms of trades completed on Saturday, April 27, the third and final day of the 2013 NFL Draft. All draft choices are 2013 selections unless otherwise noted: The Jaguars traded a fourth-round pick (No. 98) to the Eagles. In exchange, the Ea…Share Tweet
Jaguars Draft Notebook: Class has key Gus Bradley traitThe word coach Jaguars coach Gus Bradley used to describe his eight-player draft class Saturday night was “juice.’’ “I don’t know if this is a good word or a bad word but these guys all have juice and that is a big trait for me as a head coach,âShare TweetBesides a lack of touchdowns, sacks and wins, what was lacking on the Jaguars quickly became apparent to general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley once they arrived in mid-January. The Jaguars didn’t have enough speed. “That was one thing weShare Tweet
Gene Frenette: For now, QB position isn't part of Jaguars' rebuilding planIt's pretty evident from looking at Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell's selections in the 2013 draft, and specifically, who he didn't take, that he has something in common with predecessor Gene Smith: He believes in quarterback Blaine Gabbert. More …Share TweetEven before the draft was complete, the Jaguars were making calls to potential undrafted free agents. The team won’t release a list of the 20-21 players until today but names were dribbling out Saturday night. Agreeing to terms were quarterbacks JordanShare TweetESPN.com Apr 27, 2013Undrafted Vanderbilt quarterback Jordan Rodgers, Aaron Rodgers' brother, will sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.Share TweetThe Jacksonville Jaguars look to have a second quality rookie option at safety. They drafted Johnathan Cyprien from Florida International in the second round. Now they’ve added Josh Evans of Florida in the sixth round, 169th overall. Cyprien looks likeShare TweetESPN.com’s scout Matt Williamson called Ace Sanders “Tavon Austin Lite.” After they traded out of the first pick of the fourth round, the Jaguars took South Carolina receiver/returner Sanders with the 101st selection. The pint-sized receiver is dangShare Tweetyahoo.com Apr 27, 2013USC quarterback Mat Barkley had to wait longer than he expected to hear his name in the NFL draft, but he didn't have to wait too long on the third day. The Philadelphia Eagles traded up with the Jacksonville Jaguars and took Barkley with the first sele…Share Tweet
On the Jaguars' restraint at quarterbackESPN.com Apr 27, 2013I admire the Jacksonville Jaguars’ restraint so far with regard to quarterbacks in the draft. They just passed again at No. 98 to lead off the fourth-round, trading the pick to the Philadelphia Eagles for Nos. 101 and 210 in the seventh round. The EagleShare Tweet
Denard Robinson Happy To Be A JaguarApr 27Denard Robinson discusses his excitement over being drafted by the Jaguars in the fifth round.
Denard Robinson: 'I'm ready to go to work now'Apr 27Newly drafted Jacksonville Jaguar Denard Robinson tells Rich Eisen he's ready to contribute to the Jaguars offense at whatever position they ask him to play.