Former University of Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones is again on an NFL team.
Jones was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars Wednesday, it was announced on Twitter:
The Jaguars (3-5) are tied for third in the AFC South division with Indianapolis. Houston leads that division with a 5-3 record.
The belief is that the Jaguars are concerned about the health of starting quarterback Blake Bortles.
Jones spent five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers as a back-up quarterback. He has played in 18 NFL games with eight touchdowns and a career total of 1,310 yards.