Safety does not appear to be one of them. The team selected strong safety Johnathan Cyprien with the 33rd overall pick last year and he responded with a quality rookie season. Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell said that upgrading the free safety position was “not a high priority” in January. Josh Evans and Winston Guy appear set to enter training camp in a tight battle for the starting job. Guy appeared to overtake Evans late last season and has more explosiveness. The 6-foot-1, 218-pound Guy was originally a sixth-round choice by Seattle in the 2012 draft. He played in two games as a rookie, was released late in the preseason and claimed by the Jaguars last Sept. 1. Guy played in 14 games for the Jaguars with two starts. Evans was a sixth-round pick, who started 11 games as a rookie last season. Evans (6-0, 205 pounds) was pressed into starting after Dwight Lowery sustained a season-ending concussion early in a Week 3 loss at Seattle. Both Evans and Guy held their own at times. However, there were few big plays. Neither player intercepted a pass. They each were credited for one pass defended. Cyprien picked off a pass and logged six pass breakups to go along with 98 tackles. Jaguars coach Gus Bradley would like to eventually have a safety combo like the one he helped mold in Seattle as defensive coordinator. The Seahawks have the league’s best tandem in Pro Bowlers Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor, a major reason why Seattle crushed Denver’s record-breaking offense 43-8 in the Super Bowl. The Jaguars are hopeful Cyprien can become similar to Chancellor. There’s no one close to Thomas on the roster. Thomas, the 14th pick in the 2010 draft, just signed a four-year, $40 million extension this week. “Each team is different and requires different things out of their safeties,” Caldwell said. “Some teams want two guys who are interchangeable. That’s not us. We have specific needs out of our strong safety and specific needs out of our free safety.”