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 The Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line

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Standartinė chenyan94 » 2019 Gru 02, 08:50

in 2018 was in shambles about mid-way through the season. is going to need to figure out the right tackle position Youth T.J. Yeldon Jerseys , which has led a lot of people to earmark an offensive tackle with the No. 7 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, however they don’t need to spend that kind of capital on that position. They do have Will Richardson, the team’s fourth-round pick from a year ago, who many thought projected to a starting NFL right tackle. They brought in Cedric Ogbuehi T.J. Yeldon Jerseys Stitched , who has been a bust thus far in his NFL career, but has a lot of natural ability. The Jaguars were able to make Ereck Flowers appear serviceable at left tackle, so perhaps they can get by with Ogbuehi at right (I personally doubt it!).You can find right tackles on Day 2 of the NFL Draft, there’s no need to force one with the seventh overall pick.The Jaguars offensive line situation isn’t as dire as it’s made out to be Youth A. J. Cann Jerseys , people just remember the final few weeks of the season where they were forced to trot out street free agents signed the week prior as starters. The Pittsburgh Steelers are reportedly shopping right tackle Marcus Gilbert for a trade. Should the Jacksonville Jaguars be interested?Steelers are shopping starting RT Marcus Gilbert for a..."The Pittsburgh Steelers are reportedly shopping right tackle Marcus Gilbert for a trade. Should the Jacksonville Jaguars be interested?A former second round pick out of the University of Florida, Gilbert has a long history of injuries — playing a full 16-game schedule just twice in his eight-season career. His last two seasons have been marred by injuries and a four-game suspension, playing in just 12 games total since the end of the 2016 season.Gilbert just turned 31 years old and I don’t know if he should be a target. He’s certainly shown quite a bit of talent in his career and a change of scenery out of Pittsburgh could do him well. He’s also going to come very cheap, counting less than $5 million against the cap. But do you want to bring a guy on who you almost know won’t be able to shoulder the load of a full NFL season? He’s in the last year of his current contract so this would certainly be a stop gap measure.What do you think? Should the Jaguars think about trading for Gilbert? Or are there other better targets at right tackle out there? Let us know in the comments below!
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