The Miami Dolphins struck gold with Cameron Wake when they signed him from the Canadian Football League and the Jaguars had some success when they added John Chick from the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The next pass rusher to come from the CFL could be Cordarro Law, a player that the Jaguars have reportedly showed interest in.
The only tweet linking Law and the Jaguars came from @NFLDraftBites, which also listed the Atlanta Falcons as a team interested in the Calgary Stampeders defensive end. The New England Patriots hosted Law for a workout in December, according to Tom Curran of CSN New England, although he left without a contract.
Law, 25, was an undrafted free agent in 2012 despite a successful senior campaign with the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles in which he tallied 9.5 sacks and 22 tackles for loss. He signed with the Seattle Seahawks where Gus Bradley was defensive coordinator at the time and current Jaguars defensive line coach Todd Wash had the same position with the Seahawks.
While Law managed to record a sack in preseason, he was released by the Seahawks in final cuts and joined the Stampeders in October 2012. With only two games left in the season, Law recorded a sack and two tackles for loss with the team. In 2013, Law finished third in the CFL with 14 sacks.
Shortly after Law signed with the Seahawks, Danny Kelly of SB Nation's Seahawks site, Field Gulls, did a write-up on the new addition:
"He's best when jumping outside then working his way back to the inside through the B-gap, and will likely have trouble turning the edge in the pros against elite tackles."
At 6'2, 254 pounds, Law would certainly be added to fill the role of LEO in the event that he joined the Jaguars, where he would be a pass rushing specialist.