The complete remodeling of the Jaguars defense continues as planned.
Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union reports that safety Dawan Landry has agreed to terms with the Jaguars. Jacksonville desperately needed safety help and didn’t want to pay Eric Weddle money.
The move had been talked about since Weddle returned to San Diego. Landry is a solid starter and almost anyone is an upgrade from Jacksonville’s group last year, but the Ravens would have tried harder to keep Landry if he was a true difference maker.
The Jaguars have certainly been aggressive in free agency, spending big money on three starters thus far. (Landry, Paul Poslusnzy, and Clint Session.)