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Will All the Moves Pay Dividends for the Jacksonville Jaguars?

Article By on 4th July, 2009

... roster movement for a team that insists it is not rebuilding. To date, 12 players who started at some point last season have either been traded, released, or allowed to leave through free agency.

That figure may continue to rise as younger, cheaper players compete with more expensive veterans at both offensive tackle positions, and at safety and cornerback.

When the dust settles, the Jaguars could see as many as 15 new faces starting for them on opening day.

It would take very little for the 2009 Jacksonville Jaguars to show improvement over last season. A record of 5-11 establishes a low threshold for improvement in 2009.

How the team fares this season will determine whether or not the critics will continue to hammer aw...

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