Ethan Wolf has found a new home as he looks to find long-term traction in his NFL career.

The former Tennessee tight end, listed at 6-foot-5 and 255 pounds, was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Wolf in 2018 was on the practice squad for the Green Bay Packers, and earlier this year was in the training camp with the Carolina Panthers.

At Tennessee, he played four seasons (2014-17) and had 998 career receiving yards with seven TDs on 91 receptions, which finished second in school history for receptions by a tight end. He had a career-high four catches twice, against Arkansas State and Georgia, each in 2014.

In 2017, Wolf passed Jason Witten for fourth-most receiving yards by a tight end in program history with a 28-yard touchdown catch at Florida.