JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Eugene Monroe made a slow lap around the locker room, shaking handshakes and sharing hugs with his former teammates.
It was Monroe's chance to say goodbye.
He just as easily could have said good riddance.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are off to their worst start in franchise history. They're winless through four games, have scored a league-low 31 points and are already getting questioned about the possibility of becoming the second team in NFL history to finish 0-16.
General manager Dave Caldwell responded by trading Monroe to Baltimore for two third-day draft picks in 2014. The deal allowed the Jaguars to get No. 2 overall pick Luke Joeckel to his more natural position. But it also raised questions about what the rebuilding team will do next.
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