Despite starting 14 games last year for the Tennessee Titans, it didn’t take long in mid-March for defensive tackle Sen’Derrick Marks to figure out he wasn’t a part of the team’s future.

“They were telling me one thing and showing me another,” he said. “I figured it out pretty fast.”

The Titans wanted to get bigger at the interior defensive line spots and added 329-pound Sammie Hill from Detroit. That left Marks, listed at 294 pounds, free to look elsewhere.

On Tuesday, Marks finished looking and signed a one-year contact with the Jaguars to join a tackle rotation that includes Tyson Alualu and fellow newcomer Roy Miller.

Marks, 26, arrived a day after the Jaguars cut starter C.J. Mosley, who turns 30 in August, yet another youth-generated move by the Jaguars.

“After sitting down and talking to the coaching staff, it went so much deeper than football,” Marks said. “They want every player to succeed and I just had a great time with them and I really like the way they’re trying to move.”