The Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars will get great looks at the participating players in this year's Senior Bowl.
On Thursday, it was announced that the coaching staffs of those two teams will lead the two Senior Bowl teams in the annual game. The Jaguars are picking third overall and the Falcons hold the sixth pick of the first round.
Conventional wisdom would suggest Jacksonville is in the market for a quarterback. Atlanta may want to bolster its offensive line or focus on the defensive side of the ball.
Either way, coaching a big group of prospects at the Senior Bowl may prove beneficial for two teams that struggled in 2013.
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