Mitch Morse signs with Jaguars after being released by Bills

Mitch Morse has found a new home.

According to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, the Jacksonville Jaguars have signed the 31-year-old to a two-year deal. Per reports, ir is worth $10.5 million with $7M guaranteed.

Morse turns 32 next month and was released by the Buffalo Bills last week. With a difficult salary cap situation, Morse ended up being a cap causality.

In addition to taking a free-agent visit in Jacksonville, Morse did the same with the Pittsburgh Steelers before signing.

Because Morse had already been let go in Buffalo, he was already allowed to sign with the Jaguars. He did not have to wait until Wednesday when the NFL’s new league year starts.

Overall last season, Pro Football Focus graded the Bills offensive line as the sixth-best in the NFL. However, Morse’s grade from PFF was an average 64.1.

Without Morse, reports indicate that Connor McGovern will end up as Buffalo’s replacement for Morse at center. That opens up the left guard position, which David Edwards appears to be on the fast track to take after signing an extension with the Bills.

Follow Bills Wire’s free agency tracker for all updates throughout the coming days.

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire