• Jags should send MJD to San Diego as part of fire sale

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Oct 3, 2013
    So the Jags should get what they can and move on. Regardless, it would be foolish for the Jags to keep Jones-Drew at a time when it’s obvious that the Jaguars are at the bottom of the NFL’s barrel. The Jacksonville Jaguars are not conducting a fire sale. The trade that sent left tackle Eugene Monroe to the Ravens could be the first step in what should be a fire sale aimed at turning the team around via increased draft picks for 2014 and beyond. With the Chargers unexpected contenders at 2-2 and Philip Rivers carrying the offense, the best move could be to send him back to California, where he could help open up an offense that currently relies too much on its quarterback. Caldwell also said that “you’d like to have as many” draft picks as possible because of the mobility it gives you on draft day, so it’s hard to imagine that he wouldn’t be listening if someone came calling with an offer to add to the 10 picks that the Jaguars already have in hand for next year.
    • David Caldwell says Jags aren’t having a fire sale

      The trade of tackle Eugene Monroe to the Ravens was not the first step in a full scale dismantling of the Jaguars roster. That was the message General Manager David Caldwell sent on Thursday. Caldwell was asked about reports and suggestions that the Jag…
    • Jags GM adamant team not holding fire sale

      The Jacksonville Jaguars are not conducting a fire sale, general manager David Caldwell said Thursday.
      Source: ESPN.com

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