Jaguars general manager David Caldwell recently said that the team would draft based on need. With free agency looming for Derek Cox and Rashean Mathis, cornerback could quickly become a weak spot on the Jaguars' roster. As it stands, Cox has struggled to stay on the field during his career, and Mathis' best years are behind him. Add to the mix new head coach Gus Bradley, who put an emphasis on big, physical defensive backs who could handle press coverage during his time in Seattle, and Jacksonville's secondary could look a bit different in 2013. While Bradley and Caldwell have a ways to go in evaluating the Jaguars roster and in forming concrete rankings for the draft, it stands to reason that a number of cornerbacks will appeal to the Jaguars based on what Bradley had with the Seahawks.
2013 NFL Draft: Which cornerbacks fit with the Jaguars?
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