JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars' 2019 offseason special teams moves continue.
Josh Lambo, who brought stability to the Jaguars' kicker position the past season and a half, on Wednesday signed a contract extension to remain with the team. The team announced the extension Tuesday afternoon.
Lambo, 28, has converted 38 of 41 field goals and 41 of 44 extra points in 23 games with the Jaguars. He converted 19 of 21 field goals last season, missing the final three games of the season with a groin injury.
Lambo set a Jaguars record with 24 consecutive field goals from November 19, 2017 to November 11, 2018. He converted four of five from 50 yards or more last season, including a career-long 57-yard field goal in an October 28 loss to Philadelphia at Wembley Stadium. He was two of two from 50 yards or more in 2017.
Lambo, a four-year NFL veteran, originally signed with the San Diego Chargers as a collegiate free agent shortly after the 2015 NFL Draft. He converted 52 of 64 field goals in two seasons with the Chargers, also converting 70 of 78 extra points. For his career, Lambo has made 90 of 105 field goals (85.7 pct.), including 10 of 15 (66.7 pct.) from at least 50 yards.
The Jaguars last month re-signed safety Jarrod Wilson, who signed a collegiate free agent following the 2016 NFL Draft and who has been a key contributor on special teams in three seasons.