The Jaguars are clearly headed for a rebuilding phase and have already traded away starting LT Eugene Monroe to the Ravens this week. While team GM Dave Caldwell has stated that he isn’t looking to give away big contract players or veterans, some GMs around the league Jones-Drew is available for the right deal.
If his production were to improve, Jones-Drew could become more attractive to NFL teams, especially if a team were to suffer an injury at running back in the coming weeks. Jones-Drew, 28, did suffer an injury last season and currently carries a $4.95 million base salary.
If a trade were to happen, the Jaguars would be probably be looking at a mid-to-late round pick given that Jones-Drew will be a free agent at the end of the season.
We have Jones-Drew listed as the No. 26 player in our Top 50 – 2014 Free Agents list.