​The  NFL journey for veteran tight end ​Austin Seferian-Jenkins is unfortunately about to hit another road. 


The 26-year-old TE, who arrived to Jacksonville last season, will be looking for a new home after the Jaguars announced on Monday they won't be picking up his option. 

That's a pretty savage move by the Jags, and I don't mean that in a complimentary way. Jenkins was probably hopeful he'd have $4 million on his way, but that's no longer the case. 


After battling alcohol issues early on in his career, Seferian-Jenkins has maintained his sobriety and was coming off a 50-reception, 357-yard season in 2017 for the Jets. For his five-year career, Seferian-Jenkins has 116 catches for 1,160 yards to his name. 


It wasn't all bad news out of Jacksonville, though. Shortly after the Seferian-Jenkins news broke, the team also announced ​​they'll be picking up defensive end Calais Campbell's option for $12 million. Outside linebacker Lerentee McCray and safety Cody Davis will also be back with the team next year. 

​​In 2018, Campbell was a beast on defense for the Jags. He posted 72 tackles and a team-best 10.5 sacks. 


The front office will need to be busy making more moves, though, as Jacksonville fell flat on its face last year in trying to make another push for a Super Bowl berth.