Jags 2023 offseason moves tracker: Keeping track with the team's latest moves
Updated: Mar 2
With the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine right around the corner, the Jacksonville Jaguars' front office have been a busy group as of late. A big reason for that is because they not only have been preparing to scout the latest talent who will be entering the NFL soon, but they also have been working on retaining some of the players who were on their 2022 roster.
Last week, the Jags made several transactions that involved retaining and extending some veterans with expiring contracts. They also restructured one of the most expensive contracts on their books to help them get closer to their goal of getting under the cap. There were some new additions made to the coaching staff as well that were noteworthy.
With more moves to come before and after the Combine, here is a running tracker of the moves the Jags have made and will make heading forward:
Jags re-sign quarterback C.J. Beathard to a two-year deal worth $4.5M in base value.
Jags restructure the contract of linebacker Foye Oluokun to free up roughly $10.3 million in cap space. This move put the Jags at around $12.4 million over the salary cap.
Jags extend defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris through a three-year $30 million deal. Details haven't been revealed, but this is another move that will help the Jags get under the cap.
Jags extended running back JaMycal Hasty to an undisclosed deal.
Jags sign former Buffalo Bills receivers coach Chad Hall after losing Chris Jackson to the The University of Texas.
Jags add Greg Austin to their staff as a quality controls coach.
Jags sign Nick Holz to be their passing game coordinator after Jim Bob Cooter accepted a job with the Indianapolis Colts.