Jaguars Interest at the NFL Combine

As everyone knows, the Jaguars along with the rest of the NFL have made their way to Indianapolis for the NFL Combine. Along with checking out how these players look in their underwear and how quickly they run the 10, 20, and 40-yard dashes, the Jaguars have been conducting several player interviews. Scout.com is here in Indy and we know who the Jags have been talking to.

With the Jaguars needing a complete renovation at wide receiver, they appear to be set on rebuilding through the draft. They've already spoken to Penn State wideout Deon Butler, Rice wide receiver Jarrett Dillard, and Missouri speedster Jeremy Maclin.

Perhaps the biggest eye-opening interview came when the Jaguars met with USC quarterback Mark Sanchez. Sanchez has only started for one season, but he has a solid arm, good enough mobility, and great pocket presence. The interview alone shows that the Jaguars may not be completely sold on David Garrard, who returned to his old form in 2008 that kept him as a career backup prior to the 2007 season.

With the Jaguars parting ways with veteran running back Fred Taylor, they may draft a suitable replacement in the middle rounds. N.C. State speedster Andre Brown was on the Jaguars interview list and the team reportedly grilled him about their offensive system and thoroughly tested his football IQ.

JagNation.com will have more updates as they come in.


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