The Jacksonville Jaguars are transitioning to a new era under Urban Meyer. The initial feel around the team hasn’t been great starting with Meyer bemoaning much of the NFL’s rules and process during the offseason.
The team also brought back Tim Tebow but as a tight end and spent a first-round pick on a running back despite having a good starter in James Robinson and signing a veteran, Carlos Hyde, in free agency.
Now comes word that Jacksonville is dealing former Cleveland Browns linebacker Joe Schobert to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Jags paid Shobert about $15 million, plus whatever salary they take on in the trade, for his one season with the team.
If Jacksonville is selling off players that arrived before Meyer did this offseason, who could the Browns target? With Cleveland visiting Jacksonville this weekend, the team will get a chance to see many of the players on the field for themselves before possibly making an offer.
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