The Jaguars will have plenty of decisions to make before the free agency signing period begins March 16 and the franchise tag/transition player designation Feb. 22-March 8.
When a team has as many holes as the Jacksonville Jaguars and is in rebuild mode, it can be difficult to determine who to take, not because of talent level, but because certain positions are more vital to a rebuild than others. Obviously, the most important position for a successful rebuild is quarterback, which the Jags took care of last year with Trevor Lawrence. There are many analysts and media personalities out there who live by the ideology that in order to build a winning football team you have to have a good quarterback, be able to protect your quarterback, and be able to get to your opponent's quarterback. By that logic, the Jaguars selection at No. 1 overall should be rather easy.
An extension for Chark would likely be worth around $11.9 million annually.