The Jacksonville Jaguars have hired Justin Sievert to fill a general counsel role that has had its two previous occupants depart in recent months.
Amanda Holt, a spokeswoman for the National Football League franchise, confirmed that Sievert started Monday with the Jaguars. He will report to the team’s executive vice president and chief legal officer Megha Parekh, Holt said.
Sievert didn’t respond to a request for comment about his new role. The job opened up after former Jaguars general counsel Lauren Strackbine joined the National Hockey League’s San Jose Sharks last month as a deputy general counsel.
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