Jaguars Sign Veteran Guard

The Jacksonville Jaguars are a unique and very unpredictable team to start the 2022 NFL season, as they look like world beaters one week, while struggling the next, and with Trevor Lawrence being just as inconsistent, it's hard to see where they stand going forward. Part of the problem is the struggle to protect No. 16, because when he isn't facing pressure, he's proven that he can be a great player in the NFL, and with that in mind, Jacksonville made a very solid move on Tuesday.

The team moved in to sign former Carolina Panther and Buffalo Bill guard John Miller, who's been a solid player in the NFL since he was drafted by Buffalo back in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Since that time, Miller has spent time in Cincinnati and last year in Carolina, appearing in 80 games over that time, and starting every single one of them, and he will provide solid depth for a team desperate to protect their future investment at QB.

Sure, this isn't a move that will turn Jacksonville into a contender, but it's a solid low risk, high reward move, and at 29-years of age, Miller still has plenty left in the tank, and could play a key role for this team as they look to make their mark on an AFC South divisional battle that is open for anyone to step up and take.

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