Jacksonville Jaguars: 'We aren't trading everyone'

Eugene Monroe #75 of the Jacksonville Jaguars blocks against the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium on October 10, 2010
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Jacksonville Jaguars insist that they have not put all their players up for sale.

Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell has denied that the entire roster is up for sale following the trade of left tackle Eugene Monroe for Draft picks to the Baltimore Ravens.

Caldwell said that, in particular, the club would not be looking to get rid of running back Maurice Jones-Drew and linebacker Paul Posluszny, who are key players for the Jags.

"I had good talks with Poz and Mojo today, and they're not going anywhere," ESPN quotes Caldwell as saying.

"We feel good about those guys being here. Nor do they want to go anywhere. They're part of this team, and we're excited about having them a part of this team."

The Jaguars have lost their opening three games of the new NFL season.

Eugene Monroe #75 of the Jacksonville Jaguars blocks against the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium on October 10, 2010
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