The Jacksonville Jaguars signed quarterback Ryan Nassib on Monday to be the team's No. 3 quarterback. Here's a look at how that impacts the quarterback depth chart:
What does the signing of Nassib mean?
Not what a lot of fans hope. Nassib wasn't signed to compete with Blake Bortles and Chad Henne to be the starting quarterback. Coach Doug Marrone said Nassib is injury insurance because Bortles has been dealing with a sore right wrist through the first two weeks of the season. Until Monday, the Jaguars had only two quarterbacks on the active roster and none on the practice squad, and Marrone wanted to have a third quarterback in case Bortles were unable to play. That would have left Henne as the team's only quarterback option, and if he were to be hurt the Jaguars would have been forced to use their emergency quarterback (likely receiver Marqise Lee).