One of the biggest signings on the third day of NFL Free Agency will come from defensive end Chris Clemons as the former Seattle Seahawks star will be signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday after the two parties reached an agreement, according to Albert Breer.
DE Chris Clemons has agreed to terms with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Will sign the deal today.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 13, 2014
As part of the busy day that was Wednesday, Clemons took a trip to Jacksonville to meet with the team executives and head coach Gus Bradley, and apparently the talks went rather well as Clemons found his new home.
In the run to the Super Bowl last season, Clemons played in 14 games on the Seahawks defensive line where he recorded 4.5 sacks. While he was considered somewhat expendable with the champs, he should fit in quite nicely on Bradley’s defense as he looks to re-shape the organization and make them not so much of a laughing stock anymore.