The Jacksonville Jaguars' trade of left tackle Eugene Monroe does not portend a mass exodus of the team's biggest names leading up to the Oct. 29 trade deadline. Although general manager David Caldwell is stockpiling draft picks to build from the ground up NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday on NFL Network's "Around the League Live" that the Jaguars are not actively shopping the rest of their big-name veterans. Rapoport did leave a caveat that Jacksonville "would listen -- as any team would -- if the deal is good enough." The most obvious candidate to generate interest is contract-year bell cow Maurice Jones-Drew but his trade value is currently at its nadir. Coming off foot surgery the 28-year-old is averaging a meager 2.4 yards per carry through four games. The new regime might also entertain offers on overpaid tight end Marcedes Lewis and trouble-prone wide receiver Justin Blackmon. It's worth noting however that coach Gus Bradley gushed over Blackmon's commitment and frame of mind this week.
GM not shopping big-name Jaguars after Monroe deal
NFL.com | Oct 3