Jaguars not ruling out drafting a quarterback after signing Bortles
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Just because Blake Bortles signed a new contract doesn't mean he's locked in as the Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback of the future.

With Bortles averaging $18 million per year through 2020, head coach Doug Marrone expects to see more out of his quarterback, who gains more continuity with each season.

However, when Marrone was questioned at the combine Thursday regarding adding another quarterback, he was not shy to suggest one could be arriving via the draft.

"When you look to the draft, it is not like I know there is a lot of talk about 'this team' and 'they are ready and they only need one or two or three pieces,' whatever it may be, but that is not the way I am approaching this," said Marrone, according to Charean Williams of Pro Football Talk. "I am approaching this as we have to better our football team ...

"I think the draft process or free agency gives you the ability to go ahead and better your football team no matter what position it is. I don't think anything is ever off limits when it comes down to trying to better your football team."

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Jaguars not ruling out drafting a quarterback after signing Bortles
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