Head coach Gus Bradley is on the verge of building a beastly defense in Jacksonville after an offseason full of spending brought more playmakers. Will he get another piece of that puzzle at No. 5 overall?
The Jaguars didn't wait to find a difference-maker at No. 5 overall, making ripples in the free agency market again to further bolster a roster many expect to be one of the best in the AFC South this season.
Helping to hold the Georgia Bulldogs to 146 yards below their 20th ranked rushing attack in a dominating 27-3 win Saturday, the 6-foot-3, 283 pound Bullard showed off the form that could result in his joining Shariff Floyd, Dominique Easley and Dante Fowler as Florida's fourth defensive linemen to earn a first round pick since 2013.
On the first day of Jacksonville Jaguars rookie minicamp, third overall pick Dante Fowler Jr., the player who carried the promise of helping turn around the team's defense, left the field on a cart with a knee injury. NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney offers a reset of the 2015 Jaguars.