Under first-year head coach Gus Bradley, the Jacksonville Jaguars finished the 2013 regular season 4-12 and in third place in the AFC South.
Offensively, Jacksonville finished 32nd in points scored and 31st in yards gained. Defensively, the Jags ranked 28th in points allowed and 27th in yards allowed.
The Jaguars lost Maurice Jones-Drew this offseason to the Oakland Raiders, but they added Toby Gerhart from the Minnesota Vikings. In the draft, the Jaguars drafted Blake Bortles with the third overall pick and later added wide receivers Marqise Lee out of USC and Allen Robinson out of Penn State.
- Jack Jorgensen