The Jacksonville Jaguars may have drafted Josh Oliver in the third round, but they’re still lacking at tight end — with only Geoff Swaim, Ben Koyack, and James O’Shaughnessy as the other players at this position who will realistically make this team.

Should the team look to the Minnesota Vikings, who likely drafted Kyle Rudolph’s replacement in Irv Smith, Jr. as a potential trade partner?

Last week, talks on a restructured contract reportedly broke off, and Rudolph will be an unrestricted free agent after this season. The 29-year-old caught 64 passes last year for a nearly 10.0 yards-per-reception last season. Not since the days of Mark Brunell throwing to Kyle Brady back in 2000 have the Jaguars utilized a tight end that much.