David Caldwell: 'Jacksonville Jaguars open to trading third pick in 2014 Draft'

Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell says that the team would be open to a trade for their first-round Draft pick.

David Caldwell has said that the Jacksonville Jaguars would be open to a trade for their first-round Draft pick.

The AFC South side have the third overall pick in the 2014 Draft.

The general manager told ESPN: "I don't think where we're standing right now that we're dead set on going in any one direction, whether it's trading up, trading back, staying where we are and picking. There's going to be a lot of options there with the third pick."

The Houston Texans will have the first choice in May's Draft after finishing the 2013 regular season with the worst record in the league.

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