RTC: Jaguars have third-best roster in AFC South

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Reading the coverage regarding the Jacksonville Jaguars ...

NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal ranked the Jaguars' roster third in the division in his AFC South Roster Reset piece. Indianapolis was obviously first, followed by Houston, Jacksonville and Tennessee. Quarterback Blake Bortles has to improve, a running back has to emerge, and the Jaguars need to figure out what to do with tight end Marcedes Lewis, Rosenthal writes.

Grantland's Bill Barnwell writes that the Jaguars' biggest need heading into the draft is at cornerback.

Owner Shad Khan put up $100,000 for Mayor Alvin Brown’s re-election bid last month, writes The Florida Times-Union's David Bauerlein.

Great Britain's Conservative Party expressed interest in forming partnerships with the NFL, NBA and MLB, with the ultimate goal of establishing franchises in the UK. It was part of the group's 2015 manifesto released on Tuesday.

CBSSports.com's Pete Prisco has the Jaguars 27th in his latest power rankings. That's three spots better than where they were in his previous rankings.

SI.com's Chris Burke has the Jaguars taking linebacker Vic Beasley with the third pick in his latest mock draft. Jameis Winston and Leonard Williams are his first two picks.

Former second-round pick Eben Britton has been suspended by the NFL for the first four games of the 2015 season, writes the T-U's Vito Stellino. Britton played for Chicago last season but is currently a free agent.

The T-U's Ryan O'Halloran and Hays Carlyon each took a stab at predicting the Jaguars' 2015 schedule, which is going to be released next week.