Even if they have had classes where they figured things out and years in which they picked legitimate stars, the list of the Jaguars' recent draft missteps is longer than their list of accomplishments in April. As a result, it is hardly a surprise to see the Jaguars land on a list no team wants to see itself on. Pro Football Focus recently took a look at the best and worst drafting teams in the first round since 2010 and the Jaguars were expectedly near the very bottom.
Offseason additions: Chris Manhertz The biggest story about the Jaguars' tight end room this offseason hasn't been their addition in Manhertz. Instead, it has been the Jaguars' lack of major moves at the position. The Jaguars were seen by many as one of the top likely suitors for the top tight ends on the free agency market, but we instead saw the New England Patriots sign each of the top two players available.
Detroit Lions - Jaylen Waddle, WR Alabama (Kodiakviking) (via trade with the New England Patriots - Fan Since Fran) 16. Arizona Cardinals- Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina (Fran Since Fran) 17. Las Vegas Raiders - Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, OLB Notre Dame (MN-Fan-OutWest) 18.