PFW editors offer their take on the team that made the best trade in the first three rounds of the 2011 NFL draft.
Jaguars new QB Blaine Gabbert, who the club traded up six spots in the first round to select, is ready to earn the trust of his teammates and coaching staff as the future of the franchise.
QB Blaine Gabbert's long-term outlook is promising, as he can make all the throws and looks the part of a smart, strong-armed passer, but it is going to take time before he is a viable fantasy option.
I am about to praise the Redskins for their — wait for it — patience. Trading back to get Ryan Kerrigan was an un-Redskins-like move that should pay off immediately.
Jaguars GM Gene Smith swings for the fences by trading up to grab Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert, the top-ranked QB on PFW draft analyst Nolan Nawrocki's board.
The Jaguars moved up six spots in the first round of the NFL draft to select Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert.
GM Gene Smith pointed out last week that the club "has an extra draft class in some ways," as 12 of the 14 Jaguars who wound up on injured reserve last season were rookies.
In the 29th installment of the Draft Dose series, PFW looks at five teams that are in need of an inside linebacker, with Illinois' Martez Wilson a top option.
Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver's comments about his team being a year or two away from competing at the highest level does not make head coach Jack Del Rio's job any more secure.
GM Gene Smith's practical approach has helped build a young, solid foundation in Jacksonville.
PFW looks back at the last 10 players chosen with the 16th pick in the NFL draft, including Troy Polamalu by the Steelers in 2003.
Mark Brunell, who originally filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last June, has reportedly filed a bankruptcy reorganization plan to buy back some of his football memorabilia.
With C Brad Meester at the age of 34 and OLG Vince Manuwai turning 31 this summer, the Jaguars know they could have two new linemen manning those positions in the not-too-distant future.
The Raiders will likely have to replace shutdown CB Nnamdi Asomugha, who is a free agent, this offseason, as we identify the top three draft needs of each AFC team.
Gene Smith has not drafted a linebacker in two years since becoming the Jaguars' general manager, but with veteran free agents Kirk Morrison and Justin Durant not expected back, we hear that is likely to change next month.