FRIDAY, 11:20am: Bradfield’s two-year deal is worth $3MM, according to Tom Pelissero of USA Today, who adds (via Twitter) that the contract includes a $1.225MM guaranteed base in 2014, along with a $25K workout bonus and $400K in incentives.
THURSDAY, 10:25am: The Jaguars have re-signed offensive tackle Cameron Bradfield, tweets agent Andy Simms of PlayersRep Sports (hat tip to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun). Bradfield’s new deal with the team will be a two-year contract, according to Simms.
Bradfield, who had been eligible for restricted free agency this offseason, was forced into left tackle duty last season when Eugene Monroe was traded and Luke Joeckel went down with a broken ankle. The 26-year-old didn’t play particularly well in his new role, grading as the fourth-worst tackle in the league out of 76 qualified players, according to Pro Football Focus (subscription required). However, Bradfield performed passably at right tackle in 2012 as the club’s starter, and will likely either move back to that spot or come off the bench in 2014.
The new deal for Bradfield may close the book on the Jaguars’ restricted free agent business this offseason, tweets Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union. According to O’Halloran, the club isn’t expected to tender offers to tight end Allen Reisner or defensive tackle Kyle Love. Both players would become unrestricted FAs if they don’t receive tenders from Jacksonville.