ORLANDO — Jaguars coach Gus Bradley didn’t get into specifics Tuesday morning at the Ritz Carlton about the team’s draft plans, but he did share a few nuggets.


The Jaguars will draft a receiver … at some point.

And the Jaguars will select an offensive lineman … at some juncture.

During their free-agent flurry earlier this month that included seven additions, the Jaguars pursued receivers Emmanuel Sanders (he signed with Denver) and signed Tandon Doss to a two-year contract.

The Jaguars had 64 “explosive” receptions last year (16 or more yards). Cecil Shorts and Ace Sanders led with 15 and 10, respectively. But especially because Justin Blackmon’s status is uncertain, the Jaguars need to add a premium playmaker.

“It’s something we’ll address,” Bradley said.

The top receiver available is probably Clemson’s Sammy Watkins, who had 101 catches for 1,464 yards and 12 touchdowns last year.

“He’s very explosive and dynamic,” Bradley said. “He can catch the deep ball and take a bubble screen for a touchdown. He provides so many opportunities for you. You’re looking for guys who can score points, and he can do that from any part of the field.”

The Jaguars also need to add offensive linemen to their equation. They filled their left guard hole with Zane Beadles but expect a camp competition at center (between Mike Brewster and names to be determined) and right guard (between names to be determined).

“We understand that somewhere in those 11 picks, we’ll have an offensive lineman drafted,” Bradley said.

The Jaguars remain confident their free agent additions — chiefly along the defensive line — don’t corner them on who they must take in the draft.

But even with the arrival of Red Bryant, Chris Clemons and Ziggy Hood, the Jaguars should waste no time on Draft Night if Jadeveon Clowney is on the board.

Draft order set

The seven-round order for this spring’s NFL Draft was completed late Monday when the compensatory selections were distributed. The Jaguars have 11 picks — Nos. 3, 39, 70, 101, 114, 144, 150, 159, 179, 205 and 222.

When Baltimore traded its fourth- and fifth-round picks to the Jaguars last October for left tackle Eugene Monroe, the Ravens had an idea they would get those selections back. And they did. Baltimore received four compensatory picks (one third, two fourths and a fifth) and re-signed Monroe.

Compensatory draft picks can’t be traded.

Concussions down, league says

The league office reported its injury data to the teams this week, and it reflects a decrease in fines and concussions.

Fines for hits on defenseless receivers went from 40 in 2012 to 25 in 2013.

Concussions for defensive backs went from 53 in 2012 to 32 in 2013.

Concussions for receivers and tight ends went from 52 in 2012 to 41 in 2013.

“It’s very clear that the rule changes we have made have had the positive impact we intended,” commissioner Roger Goodell said. “Players have adjusted to the rules … and it’s a safer, better game because of it.”

The Jaguars who sustained concussions last year among the defensive backs and receivers were safety Dwight Lowery and receivers Ace Sanders and Stephen Burton (two).

Around the meetings

■ Bradley on Blackmon: “I wish I could have a more extended conversation with him. My feelings toward him haven’t changed. I still care about him. We’ve reached out to him and been able to text back and forth. To sit down and visit with him, that part I miss.”

■ Conspicuous by their absences this month at the pro day workouts for quarterbacks Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles have been the Cleveland Browns, who have the No. 4 overall pick. “You get a lot more out of a private workout when it’s a little less scripted or it’s scripted the way you want it. You can kind of throw some curveball at a player and see how they react to it,” coach Mike Pettine said. “Also, I felt it was more important for the staff to be together in the spring for as many days as possible.”

■ Cornerback Brandon Browner will serve a four-game suspension to start the year and then play the next four games without a paycheck due to a settlement with the league. The Jaguars weren’t interested in the former Seattle player, but he signed a three-year contract with New England. “Rare size for a corner [6-foot-4, 220 pounds],” coach Bill Belichick said. “Obviously, there are things we liked, or we wouldn’t have signed him.”

■ NFL.com reported a proposal to ban dunking the football on the cross-bar was approved by the owners. Recently retired tight end Tony Gonzalez said on Twitter: “Looks like I got out just in time.”

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