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The Jaguars completed their second trade of the night, acquiring a third-round pick (No. 93 overall) from New England to draft Miami (Fla.) right guard Brandon Linder.
The Jaguars traded Nos. 105 (fourth round) and 179 (sixth round) picks to New England.
Caldwell said he thought the Jaguars were done for the night, but "the guard crop was dwindling."
The Jaguars have five picks on Saturday and Caldwell said he's not in a hurry to add more selections.
"We wanted quality," he said.
Linder will get the chance to compete for the right-guard starting spot in training camp.
Linder joins quarterback Blake Bortles and receivers Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson as the Jaguars’ picks through two nights.
Linder started 42 games for the Hurricanes and would seem to be a prime candidate to take over for Uche Nwaneri, who was released earlier this season. Linder also started three games at right tackle last year.
Linder played two years at Miami for current Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch. Linder also played for the Senior Bowl North squad in January. The Jaguars coached the South team.