Team building for the Jaguars has been the only topic since owner Shad Khan revamped the front office by hiring general manager Dave Caldwell, who then hired coach Gus Bradley.
Caldwell came from Atlanta, which has made the playoffs in four of the last five years.
Bradley came from Seattle, which has made the playoffs in two of the last three years.
With them they will bring their ideas, combine them and put a plan in motion to make sure the Jaguars don't remain an NFL punching bag.
But Khan's modus operandi is to look at everything, and it's something he will no doubt pass on to Caldwell and Bradley.
The GM and head coach should look at this year's Super Bowl participants for an assist on the template. On their current 53-man rosters, the 49ers and Ravens have a combined 61 players (57.5 percent) who were original draft picks. A look at how they've been built.
Niners, Ravens show Jags right way to build winner
Jacksonville Times-Union | Jan 29