Report: DE Red Bryant agrees to four-year deal with Jaguars
Les than two hours after the free-agent negotiating window began, the Jaguars reportedly have a new defensive end in Red Bryant.
Bryant was the 15th-ranked 4-3 scheme defensive end in the league this past season, and he'll enter onto a Jacksonville team that already boasts of Jason Babin and Tyson Alualu at those positions. But Bryant knows Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley from their time in Seattle when Bradley was the Seahawks defensive coordinator.
Reportedly, the Chiefs also had interest in Bryant, the No. 60 free agent on the CBSSports.com list.
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