Last August, the Jaguars made the decision to sign Myles Jack to a hefty four-year extension worth $57 million to keep the linebacker around through the 2023 season.
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While there have been plenty of times over the years in which Jack has come up big for Jacksonville on defense, whether the team jumped the gun by rewarding him to such a hefty extension was a different story.
Time will tell when it comes to seeing if the Jaguars end up regretting this decision for Jack, but at least if they did want to try getting rid of his contract, there would most likely be numerous teams expressing interest, one of which could be the Eagles.
As much as Philadelphia doesn’t want to hear it, linebacker always seems to be a position of need over the last couple of seasons, and this appears to be the case once again for 2020 with some of the questions the team faces leading up to camp.
Bringing Jack and his contract on board would be expensive, but also if it helped the former UCLA star finally live up to his true potential, this could be well worth it for the Eagles to help fill their linebacker need.