Seemingly unprompted, last year's No. 3 overall pick, who sat out 2015 with a torn ACL, tweeted a warning to the rest of the league. It seems the Florida standout is progressing well in working his way back into football shape.
Fowler will essentially give the Jaguars a second top-five pick in 2016, as he is expected to be fully healthy ahead of training camp. Adding defensive help to a talented roster is a priority for general manager David Caldwell, who noted Thursday the team will look to add an "influx" of pass-rushers next season.
As one of the league's most productive offenses, the Jags appear poised to take the next step once the defensive side of the ball is improved. That's likely the main objective for head coach Guy Bradley, who's likely on a short leash when it comes to piling up wins after coming to the Jags from the Seattle Seahawks in 2013.