The Jaguars thought enough of Jason Hill last offseason that they re-signed him to a two-year contract and started him ten games.
The rest of the league thought so little of Hill that no one picked him up when he was released in late November.
Hill will be reunited with his former Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio this season in Denver. Lindsay Jones of the Denver Post reports the Broncos picked up Hill on Thursday.
The former 49ers draft pick had career highs in 2011 with 367 yards and three touchdowns. His most noteworthy moment came when he called out Darrelle Revis, and then didn’t even play against the Jets. If Hill winds up starting in Denver, the Broncos have some problems.
They have Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker slated to start, but Eddie Royal is a free agent. Denver’s depth is poor after that.