Tight end Jacob Hollister has found a new home just a few days after leaving Buffalo.
Hollister, who was cut by the Bills on cutdown day, is slated to sign with the Jaguars, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. The agreement’s terms have yet to be revealed.
In the days following his unexpected release, Hollister received multiple offers before deciding to sign with Jackonsville, according to Pelissero.
Hollister, a former undrafted prospect out of Wyoming, will now shift his focus from the possibility to play for a Super Bowl-contending team alongside ex-college teammate Josh Allen to providing crucial depth for No. 1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars’ rebuilding effort.
James O’Shaughnessy, Chris Manhertz, and youngster Luke Farrell are the only other TEs on the roster right now.
Hollister spent the previous two seasons with the Seahawks, starting eight of his 27 games and accumulating a total of 66 receptions, 558 yards, and six touchdowns. In two preseason appearances with Buffalo, he has four receptions for 53 yards.