Jaguars reach deal with seventh-rounder Jeremy Harris


The Jaguars have reached a deal with seventh-round pick Jeremy Harris, the club indicated on Twitter Monday.

The club’s official Twitter account posted a picture of Harris, a cornerback from New Mexico State, signing his contract.

From a size standpoint, Harris (6-2, 181) fits the mold of the bigger cornerback new Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley had success with as Seattle’s defensive coordinator. Should Harris make the roster, he would likely figure as a reserve in his first NFL season.

Harris recorded 56 tackles, defended 11 passes and recorded one interception in his senior season with the Aggies in 2012.

7 responses to “Jaguars reach deal with seventh-rounder Jeremy Harris

  1. This signing should push them to 4 wins this year.
    We have Blaine Gabbert! He’s so good that we’ll have 16 forfeits this season because nobody wants to face the Mighty Gabbs.

  2. Instead of blabbing and talking trash about the Jags, it seemed like it was time to have a comment with some actual knowledge. Jeremy Harris is definitely a project, but he’s got good size and speed for Gus Bradley. He’ll have a great shot to play special teams and some corner, but will be behind Gratz, Ball, Trufant, McCray on the outside. I hope he can progress quickly, tape shows he definitely has some good abilities but is really raw.

  3. Four wins?! I’m glad fans of others teams are more optimistic than actual Jags fans.

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