New coach Gus Bradley is rebooting the machine in a secondary that ranked 22nd against the pass last season. Cornerbacks Derek Cox and Rashean Mathis are set to hit the open market and aren't expected to return. Dwight Lowery is still in the mix at safety, but the Jaguars saw enough of Landry, who stayed healthy but struggled in run support and generated just three interceptions in two seasons.
More changes are ahead. Bradley was pulled out of a Seattle Seahawks system that wreaked havoc on offenses with tall, powerful corners and bigger safeties better prepared for matchups against the NFL's increasingly pass-happy schemes. Expect the Jaguars to move in that direction as this team remakes its defense in full.