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Jaguars' Luke Joeckel has hottest seat heading into training camp

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: It has to be LT Luke Joeckel, who will battle Kelvin Beachum for the starting job. Provided, of course, that Beachum is able to participate in most of training camp. He missed all of OTAs and minicamp while recovering from ACL surgery. He is supposed to be ready in early August. If that's the case then Joeckel will have a tough road ahead of him because there are some inside the Jaguars' building who view Beachum as a top 10 left tackle.

@ESPNdirocco: The Jaguars have two options, including one they didn't think they'd have a month ago. That one is rookie cornerback Jalen Ramsey. The Jaguars were only going to have him work on the outside this season but he picked up the defense so quickly that they're going to give him reps inside in camp. If they feel he picks it up well enough we could see Prince Amukamara on the outside and Ramsey inside. The Jaguars also have been working Dwayne Gratz inside, so he could take Aaron Colvin's spot if the Jaguars choose to keep Ramsey outside.

@ESPNdirocco: He could make a significant impact. Offensive coordinator Greg Olson said Marqise Lee got work at all the receiver positions in the spring, so they can move him around to create matchup issues. He ran a lot of crossing routes in the spring but he also showed he was able to get deep, too. The problem is that Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns and Julius Thomas are still going to be the top two pass-catchers. Lee won't have as many opportunities, but if he stays healthy I expect him to be around the 50-catch mark, which would be nearly as many passes as he's caught in his first two seasons combined (52).