The Jaguars probably would love to keep third cornerback Aaron Colvin. Colvin was underrated and underappreciated outside Jacksonville for what he did as the team’s nickel corner. He made 44 tackles and five pass breakups last season in playing 67.6 percent of the defensive snaps and 23.92 percent of the special teams snaps. But the Jaguars likely won’t have enough salary-cap space to re-sign Colvin, via Hays Carlyon of Colvin becomes a free agent next month and likely gets more money elsewhere as a starting cornerback.