A hot topic this offseason has been the lack of new interior offensive lineman brought in by Jaguars General Manager Dave Caldwell. Well, the Jaguars finally decided to add more depth along the interior when they agreed to terms with offensive lineman Jeff Linkenbach this afternoon on a one year deal.
Despite still being on the market so late in the offseason, Linkenbach could certainly find a spot on this roster as he is position versatile, having played tackle and guard in the NFL. At only 28 Linkenbach should still have plenty of gas left in the tank. He played for the Colts, Chiefs, Dolphins, and Chargers prior to making his way to Duval. He has started 36 games in his career, but zero in the last two seasons.
At this point it looks like Linkenbach will at the very least add more depth to an offensive line that has been desperately lacking in years past. He could end up competing for the starting left guard position, but will mostly likely end up being a back up at both guard and tackle.
The Jaguars cut kicker Jaden Oberkrom in order to make room for Linkenbach.
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