It’s Saturday morning, and that means ESPN.com’s NFL writers are opening their mailbags and answering questions from the readers. Let’s take a look at some interesting notes from the AFC…
- The Jaguars have two main needs to address this offseason, according to Mike DiRocco: pass rush and free safety. As a result, the writer believes the team should pursue Dolphins defensive end Olivier Vernon, Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali, or Giants defensive end Robert Ayers. Among defensive backs, DiRocco points to Chargers safety Eric Weddle or Chiefs safety Eric Berry.
- A reunion between the Patriots and running back Stevan Ridley is unlikely, but Mike Reiss doesn’t completely count it out. After all, safety Patrick Chung returned after leaving New England, and since the Patriots need a running back, Ridley could be a logical choice.
- Of the seven offensive linemen to start a game for the Jets last season, Rich Cimini believes Willie Colon will be the only player to not return. As a result, the writer can’t envision the organization drafting an offensive lineman with their first-round pick or pursuing a big name in free agency.