The Jaguars have blown up the middle of their offensive line, but they seem content with the edges.
The agent for restricted free agent tackle Cameron Bradfield just tweeted out the news that his client had signed a two-year deal with the Jags.
Bradfield started 11 games for the Jaguars last year after Eugene Monroe was traded to the Ravens, pairing with first-rounder Luke Joeckel.
The Jaguars just cut right guard Uche Nwaneri, and with the retirement of center Brad Meester, they’re going to have a dramatically different look inside.
But with Austin Pasztor coming back expected to play right tackle, and Bradfield in place, they’re solid on the outside of the line.