The Jacksonville Jaguars re-signed tight end Clay Harbor on Thursday, giving him a new two-year deal.
#Jaguars agreed to terms with TE Clay Harbor to a two-year deal, per source. Had 24 catches for 292 yards last year.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 6, 2014
Clay Harbor was originally drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 4th round of the 2010 NFL draft out of Missouri State University. The 6'3 252 lb Tight End has flashed in certain games for the Jaguars.
Harbor played in all 16 games for the Jaguars in 2013, filling in nicely for Marcedes Lewis when he was injured.
Despite re-signing Harbor, it would be surprising if the Jaguars elected to not address the Tight End position in the upcoming draft. Harbor can also be seen as one of the core special teams players, and he's certainly a player worth keeping around to fill holes as needed.