In addition to re-signing offensive tackle Cameron Bradfield, the Jaguars were able to ink offensive tackle Sam Young and tight end Clay Harbor to new deals on Thursday as well.
Young and Harbor were slated to become free agents this Tuesday if a new deal wasn't worked out. This gives the Jaguars needed depth at both tackle and tight end.
“It’s a great to have a home, particularly here in Jacksonville,” Young said, via the team's website. “Being from Florida, it’s great to be able to be close to home.”
All three players are expected to provide backup roles in 2014. Luke Joeckel and Austin Pasztor are expected to be the starting tackles with Marcedes Lewis being the starting tight end.
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