The Jaguars re-signed veteran offensive tackle Cameron Bradfield on Thursday. Bradfield is a great keep for the Jaguars who currently have gapping holes all over the offensive line. Bradfield will be viewed as a back-up, but Cameron certainly filled in well for the injured Luke Joeckel in the 2013 season and proved that he's at least a serviceable starter on the line.
Per agent, #jaguars RT Cam Bradfield signs two year contract.— Ryan O'Halloran (@ryanohalloran) March 6, 2014
With Uche Nwaneri getting cut, Brad Meester retiring, and rest of the interior line in flux, bringing back Bradfield helps create the smallest bit of depth.
Bradfield can fill in at both tackle spots and swing inside to both guard positions if needed. Over the course of his career, Cameron Bradfield has played in 39 games for the Jaguars. He has started 25 of those games. Bradfield made his debut in 2011 after being undrafted out of Grand Valley State.
The team also re-signed offensive tackle Sam Young on Thursday.