The Jacksonville Jaguars announced on Thursday that they have signed former Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive tackle Leonard Wester.

Wester originally joined the Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent prior to the 2016 season, playing 27 games, over his three years in Tampa Bay, and even added a receiving touchdown against the Detroit Lions in 2017. Wester played in all 16 games for the Bucs in 2018 and will now rejoin the team’s former offensive line coach, George Warhop, in Jacksonville.

Wester was a restricted free agent this offseason but wasn’t tendered by Tampa Bay.

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  1. Warhop. The guy who fools teams over and over.

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  2. i can’t say i completely understand the compensatory pick formula, but from what little i understand I gather that any 2018 buc who secures employment on another team gives us more chances to improve our team long term through the draft. weird thing to root for but the bucs have in a small way been done in by how bad players are by the time the bucs cut ties with them

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