Much has made this offseason about the impact adding Luke Joeckel will have on veteran tight end Marcedes Lewis and with good reason. The case could be made that Lewis has been used essentially as a second right tackle over the past few years due to the horrific play of Guy Whimper Cameron Bradfield and Eben Britton.

Unfortunately the Jaguars have also lacked a true “move” or “Joker” tight end to complement Lewis. While Lewis is one of the more balanced tight ends in the league – a dominant blocker who has the size to exploit matchups – the Jaguars have been looking for an athletic hybrid tight-end/receiver. Whether it’s converting Ernest Wilford from receiver or drafting former quarterback Zach Miller Gene Smith was never able to find a tight end who could spell Lewis or pair with him in two-tight end sets.

Over the past three years these are the main tight ends Lewis has had alongside him.