What Aaron Kampman’s Signing Means for the Jacksonville Jaguars on Draft Day

March 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The signing of Aaron Kampman by the Jacksonville Jaguars was a must-have coming into this offseason.
Inking a four year, $26 million contract, Kampman now allows this team to perhaps maneuver a little more in this year's upcoming draft.
Looking ahead at the Jaguars first-round pick, 10th overall, it seemed like they were leaning towards two players. Those two players were DE Derrick Morgan out of Georgia Tech, and DE Jason Pierre-Paul out of South Florida. 
I believe it is safe to say to all Jaguars fans that this free-agent pickup just saved the team another Derrick Harvey selection. 
Morgan, who did reach the quarterback 12.5 times last season, put up the stats in college, but did not look to be a dominate force at end. Pierre-Paul is a one-year, big-name school player who has plenty of work to do to become a force in the NFL.
In other words, neither of them look to be worthy of a top-10 selection in the draft. 
Although Kampman does not s...

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