If the new Jaguars coaches think Alualu can be more effective outside, then it's a good move. According to Mark Long of the Associated Press, the Jaguars are going to move former first-round draft pick Tyson Alualu from defensive tackle to defensive end. Alualu finally had his knee cleaned out last offseason, but he still didn't feel 100 percent last fall. Per John Oehser, Alualu is moving to end From Oehser: That leaves the Jaguars with newcomers Roy Miller and Sen'Derrick Marks as the top tackles, and injury-prone D'Anthony Smith and second-year man Jeris Pendleton as the top candidates for depth. Bradley could be looking to find the same success again in Jacksonville as head coach of the Jaguars. When Gus Bradley was retained as defensive coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks following the change in head coaches from Jim Mora to Pete Carroll, one of the key personnel changes they made was to move Red Bryant from defensive tackle to defensive end.