The Jaguars were looking for depth and potential starters on their defensive line as they start rebuilding towards a hybrid defensive front and Miller seems like a good fit.
Miller, 25, was originally a third round pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2009 NFL Draft. After playing in a rotational role as a rookie, Miller took over as a starter in 2010 for the Buccaneers before going back to a reserve role in 2011. In 2012, he returned to his role as a starter, taking over as the starter in 14 games.
As a rookie, Miller recorded two sacks as a promising 3-technique, but has developed into more of a run stopper since. In Bradley's defense, he will likely take on a similar role as a space-eater in the middle that can still play as a 3-tech.