The Jaguars like the progress of the offensive line. Left tackle Luke Joeckel is showing progress, and the Jaguars not only like how third-year center Mike Brewster is performing this offseason, they love what left guard Zane Beadles has brought. Bradley also has talked about the level of trust the team has in swing tackle Cameron Bradfield and in right tackle Austin Pasztor. This group still has to sort out depth and find a starter at right guard, but looks in better shape than a year ago.
This is good news for Toby Gerhart, who may surprise with a heavy workload as a 4th/5th round pick in fantasy drafts. He has touched the ball 15+ times in seven career games and has averaged low-end RB1 numbers (12.6 FP) with that type of workload. The former Heisman candidate will likely start for the Jaguars, though Jordan Todman could offer up some competition. Gerhart has fantasy RB2 potential as a lead back. For more on Gerhart's potential production, click here.