Jaguars camp preview

Three Burning Questions
Will someone step up and assume the No. 1 receiver role?
There is hope from a lot of Jacksonville fans that someone will step up, but I just don't see that guy on the roster right now. Ernest Wilford is a bigger, slower receiver who really would benefit from having a true No. 1 opposite of him. Reggie Williams was selected in the first round of the 2004 draft to be the guy, but he is way too inconsistent. Matt Jones has excellent athletic skills but is still extremely raw in terms of knowing all the nuisances that go into being a go-to receiver. The team re-signed veteran Troy Edwards, but he is best suited as a No. 3. The bottom line is the Jaguars do not have a true No. 1 receiver. They have a bunch of No. 3s and No. 4s.