Florida teams quickly turning the page in free agency

Thursday March 13th, 2014
The Jaguars finally closed the book on Blaine Gabbert this week, trading the No. 10 pick to the 49ers.
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• Miami turned the necessary and expected page by dealing Martin, a third-year offensive tackle, to the 49ers for a conditional seventh-round pick on the opening night of free agency. The Dolphins, having already parted ways this offseason with general manager Jeff Ireland, offensive line coach Jim Turner and trainer Kevin O'Neill, won't be featuring Incognito in the 2014 lineup either.

In Florida, where no NFL team has been to the playoffs since Miami's trip in 2008, the outlooks have changed rather dramatically in a short span. Now let's see if the results follow suit.

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