Another day, another Jacksonville Jaguars starter out the door.
That’s now three players drafted in the top three rounds by the Jaguars who have been dumped in the past five days. Those three players started a combined 76 games for Jacksonville over the past two seasons.
The Browns lost second-round safety Grant Delpit to a season-ending injury when he suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon back on Aug. 24.
Harrison, 23, was a third-round pick by Jacksonville in 2018. He started 14 games last season, intercepting two passes, notching two sacks and recovering one fumble.
Jaguars adding more draft ammo
The Jaguars, meanwhile, keep adding to their 2021 NFL draft till.
They now have two first-rounders (theirs and the Rams’ picks), two second-rounders (theirs and the Vikings’), one third-rounder, two fourth-rounders (theirs and the Rams’) and two fifth-rounders (theirs and the Browns’), plus a conditional fifth-rounder from the Vikings that can turn into a third-rounder if Minnesota wins the Super Bowl.
They’ve now lost a total of five starters from last season’s defense dating back to last year. After trading Jalen Ramsey to the Rams late last season, they also moved Calais Campbell, A.J. Bouye, Ngakoue and Harrison in 2020.
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