The Jaguars plan to sign DE Lyndon Johnson, per Phillip Heilman of The Florida Times-Union.
Johnson spent the 2018 season with the Jaguars after going undrafted out of Cincinnati. He started the year on the team's practice squad before being promoted to the active roster in mid-December. He appeared in three games, making two total tackles.
The Jaguars released Johnson earlier this summer to make room for WR Terrelle Pryor on their roster. Johnson's presumed return comes after rookie safety Zedrick Woods filed for retirement on Monday.
Johnson's path to the active roster in 2019 is far from clear. The Jaguars have loads of depth along the defensive line. Johnson could be a practice squad candidate again.
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