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The Jacksonville Jaguars’ Holes Heading into the 2009 Season

Published by on May 9, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

Heading into this off season, the Jaguars had many holes throughout their starting lineup.

So far through free agency and the draft, many of these holes have either been filled or at least improved drastically.

The main concern for this team heading into next season is the lack of depth at the defensive tackle position.

With one of the games best in John Henderson, there is a need to get a second defensive tackle that will help stuff running games and get to the quarterback. 

After trading Marcus Stroud, Rob Meier was plugged into the starting lineup after playing solid as a back up.  Unfortunately, we learned Meier should stay a back up. 

Terrance Knighton was ...

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