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Jaguars Depth Chart: Cameron Bradfield Earns Starting Right Tackle Job

Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Cameron Bradfield has worked his way into a starting role at right tackle, but it hasn't been easy. Bradfield caught on with Jacksonville after going undrafted in 2011, and wound up making two starts for the team. He came into this year's camp fourth in line at tackle.

This year, he came to camp as the fourth tackle behind Monroe, Britton and Guy Whimper.

But when guard Will Rackley went down at the start of camp, Britton moved to guard. Bradfield got the nod over Whimper at right tackle. Bradfield showed his versatility when he moved to left tackle when Monroe missed two games with a head injury. Bradfield also can play center.

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