The Jacksonville Jaguars resigned tight end Clay Harbor on Thursday, giving the tight end a two-year deal, according to NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport.
#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
Harbor’s 292 yards were a career-high and he was one reception away from matching his personal-best with 25 receptions he set the year before. He also tied his career-high with the two touchdowns set the year before.
Harbor started seven games for the Jaguars last season and appeared in all 16 games, but fractured his ankle in the season finale. His recovery has been encouraging and he should be cleared to participate in offseason workouts.
2013 was his first season in Jacksonville after beginning his career with the Philadelphia Eagles after they took him in the fourth round in the 2010 NFL draft out of Missouri State.
The Jaguars also announced the team has signed offensive tackles Cameron Bradfield and Sam Young.