Jaguars sign - OL - Tony Moll

Tony Moll -

The Jaguars have signed backup offensive lineman. The 27 year old, former 5th round pick has played for Green Bay and was later traded to Baltimore. He has 21 starts under his belt and has schematic versatility, offering depth at right guard and right tackle. Moll is 6’5″, 315 pounds.

Draft Profile

Message board discussion after Moll was traded to the Ravens


My take – Moll is replacing Haslam on the line and has a 50/50 chance to make the squad as a backup swing man, seeing that he has so much versatility. Offensive line locks include Jason Spitz, Will Rackley, Uche Nwaneri, Eben Britton, Eugene Monroe, and Brad Meester. That’s six guys and the Jaguars usually carry between eight and nine offensive linemen. He will battle Guy Whimper, Daniel Baldridge, Cameron Bradfield and Robb McGill for the backup tackle job.

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  • Rhett_Chrystal

    Technically all we need is 7 O-Lineman, but we’l lcarry more depth.

    Because Spitz can play guard or center, and Moll can play Guard or Tackle.

  • Rhett_Chrystal

    Actually now that I think about it, he’ll probably take that shitty tackle we had last year…jordan black. 6th lineman.

  • Jason Love

    @Rhett_Chrystal Agreed. 7 would be just fine, and leave a guy or two on the practice squad. I think Baldridge still has another year of eligibility.