Larry Ogunjobi can add depth to the Jacksonville Jaguars’ defensive line.
Defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi isn’t a top-tier free agent, but he’s been pretty solid for the Cleveland Browns since they made him a third-round pick in 2017’s draft. The Charlotte standout has started 46 games in the last three seasons and has recorded 14.5 sacks, 180 tackles (29 for a loss), and one forced fumble in his career.
Ogunjobi may not garner as much attention as fellow defensive linemen Oliver Vernon and Myles Garret, but he’s been a key cog in the Browns defense. The Good Guy award winner isn’t a superstar but is one of those contributors every team needs. While the Jaguars may make a couple of impact signings, they will make others that won’t make as much noise.
Ogunjobi has played on 70 percent of the team’s total snaps on defense in two of the last three seasons, and could quickly join Jacksonville’s defensive line rotation. Even though he won’t be a big-name free agent, he will get plenty of interest in the offseason, and the ‘Jags’ should kick the tires on him.