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Marqise Lee can be Jaguars' No. 3 receiver if he stays healthy

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Got questions about the Jacksonville Jaguars? I’ll answer the best one every Saturday morning. Submit your questions via Twitter to @ESPNdirocco. Please use the hashtag #jagsquestion.

There were a lot of good questions, but unfortunately I can’t answer them all.

@ESPNdirocco: Rashad Greene and Marqise Lee are the top two candidates, and the answer depends on whether Lee is able to stay healthy. His speed and explosiveness are on a different level than what the other receivers have, so if he's able to make it through organized team activities, minicamp, training camp, and the preseason healthy -- and that's a huge if considering his history -- he most likely will be the No. 3 receiver. If Lee misses any significant amount of time, then the job will go to Greene, who I think will still make his biggest contribution as a punt returner.

@ESPNdirocco: No. The Jaguars plan to move Dante Fowler Jr. around the defensive front and have him rush from different spots, but they are not planning on having him play at the Lotto, which is a combination of the Leo (pass-rushing end) and Otto (strongside linebacker). Dan Skuta and Ryan Davis will be the Lottos.

@ESPNdirocco: It's an NFL rule. It was implemented in 1990 after college coaches were talking about banning scouts from their campuses in protest of the league allowing college players to enter the draft after their third year. NFL coaches and GMs have grumbled about it for years, but there doesn't seem to be any movement to get it thrown out. It only impacts a few players each year that played at colleges on the trimester or quarters system.