As the Jacksonville Jaguars begin their rebuilding process, coming off just seven wins combined over the next two seasons, they're going to be rebuilt on one main core philosophy.


Both new Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley and David Caldwell have preached about creating competition on the Jaguars roster to held decide who stays and who guys, beyond just who is going to start. This culture was ingrained in Bradley during his time with the Seahawks, who had as much roster churn as anyone else in the league the past few seasons.

"Not only at quarterback but throughout the whole team," Bradley told reporters at the NFL combine on Saturday when asked about competition at the quarterback position. Undoubtedly the team is going to give Blaine Gabbert a chance to win, but they're also going to make every player on the team earn their starting role going forward, and it doesn't sound like Bradley or Caldwell will have any problems releasing players if they're not up to snuff.