JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jacksonville's defense isn't getting the makeover everyone expected.
Instead, the Jaguars have used four picks to get two eventual offensive starters in the NFL draft.
The Jaguars traded up four spots and chose guard Will Rackley in the third round Friday night, the team's first selection since trading up to grab quarterback Blaine Gabbert with the 10th pick in the first round.
Jacksonville gave up its second-round pick to move up six spots and get Gabbert. The team gave up its sixth-round pick (No. 182 overall) to swap third-round spots with San Francisco and select Rackley with the 76th pick.
A four-year starter at Lehigh, Rackley played left tackle the last three years. He likely will play guard or center for the Jaguars.