Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell wants to get back to the playoffs so badly that he’s willing to restructure his contract.
Campbell has already had discussions with the Jaguars and acknowledged that it could happen.
″I think it’s more with restructuring with an extension,″ Campbell said after Wednesday’s Pro Bowl practice at Disney’s Wide World of Sports. ″That’s the only way to do it and that’s something that was talked about that could possibly happen.″
Campbell, who signed a four-year, $60 million free agent contract with the Jaguars in 2017, has an exorbitant $14.5 million salary cap number in 2019.
Though the NFL salary cap for 2019 will increase by roughly 6 percent to $191.1 million per team, the Jaguars’ current available cap space is $3,573,653, according to Over The Cap.com
Campbell has made a tremendous impact on and off the field since his arrival in Jacksonville, though.