Paradise Papers reveals which NFL teams could be back for the 2014 season.
The Patriots are not among them.
New England and Indianapolis are two teams that would be most likely, according to the Paradise Papers.
The Jaguars are the only team that could be a possibility.
The Jaguars could be the most intriguing option for the Jaguars, especially if the Jaguars decide to re-sign Blake Bortles.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to rejoin the AFC South in 2015.
The team could also be one of the teams that can make a splash in free agency.
If the Jaguars were to add a quarterback, there could be many potential suitors, including the Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders, Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans.
If the Jaguars do sign Bortlands, he could be one that could benefit from playing with a young quarterback.
It could be beneficial to Bortes’ development if the team could get to know him better and help him develop in his first full season in the NFL.
If Bortls struggles in 2014, it could be better for his development.
If he fails, the team will have to look for someone else.
Bortling could be able to bounce back and play well in a rookie season, but there could also come a time where he might not be the same player that he was before the injuries that limited him in 2014.
It’s likely that the Jaguars will try to rekindle some of the chemistry that the team lost during the 2014 offseason.
Borsa will have an opportunity to start, but it will also be important for the team to get to grips with the injuries Bortland has suffered in his career.