JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Aged security Josh Jones re-signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars on a one-12 months contract Monday, giving the crew another skilled starter at the position.
Jones started 13 video games in 2020, his first season in Jacksonville, and accomplished with a profession-high 83 tackles and one interception. He beforehand spent two years in Inexperienced Bay and his rookie season in Dallas. He was once a second-spherical draft rob in 2017.
He has started 25 of 48 video games in four years, with 202 tackles, eight cross breakups, three sacks and two INTs.
He’s the fifth defender from the worst unit in Jacksonville history to re-place this month, following defensive lineman Adam Gotsis, cornerback Tre Herndon, cornerback Sidney Jones and defensive close Dawuane Smoot.
Jacksonville has five of the vital 65 picks in subsequent month’s NFL draft and is anticipated to utilize a pair of of them on defensive again.
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