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Did the Jacksonville Jaguars Need a Backup Safety More Than a Wide Receiver?

Article By on 2nd July, 2009

... finalized the trade that sent wide receiver Dennis Northcutt to Detroit for safety Gerald Alexander.

There's no question that wide receiver and safety were two major needs on the roster.

The only question is this: Which unit needed more help?

That's definitely debatable. The Jaguars went out and signed Sean Considine, who is projected to be a starter alongside Reggie Nelson.

They also retrieved a former Jaguar in Marlon McCree, who had played for four different teams in the past six years.

Those moves were absolutely necessary after Jacksonville let Gerald Sensabaugh explore his options in free agency. He ended up signing with the Dallas Cowboys.

Looking at the receiver situation, there was a great deal of t...

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