1. Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars might be the ultimate boom-or-bust story for the next three years, after presumably choosing quarterback Trevor Lawrence No. 1 overall in April’s NFL Draft and having the most cap space in the league.
This is a roster in desperate need of an infusion of talent alongside receivers D.J. Chark and Lviska Shenault and presumably Lawrence, which Thuney would certainly provide.
After finishing last season with the 22nd-ranked offensive line in the league, expect significant resources to be earmarked for fortifying the line in front of Lawrence.
Brandon Linder is among the premier centers in the NFL, producing an 80 overall grade and 87.6 pass-blocking mark from Pro Football Focus, and Andrew Norwell remains one of the top guards. However, adding Thuney opposite Norwell would go a long way towards completing the offensive line’s rebuild.