During the Jaguars' offseason program, coach Urban Meyer didn't think it was necessary to issue official depth charts or put much focus on winning or losing when the offense competed against the defense.
But when the Jaguars reconvene for training camp in five weeks, position battles will take center stage. And one of the more competitive battles will be at tight end.
Perhaps the most significant point of interest will be whether Tim Tebow can make the 53-man roster.
He has never played tight end before in his career and has not been on an NFL team since 2015, when he failed to make the Philadelphia Eagles' final roster for the regular season.
Yet Tebow is reunited with Meyer, who coached him at Florida from 2006-09. A Heisman Trophy winner in 2007, Tebow helped the Gators win two national championships as their starting quarterback.