Studebaker was released by the Chiefs in April after playing in 70 games over five seasons. His best stretch in Kansas City came in 2009 and 2010, when he had 28 tackles each year, plus 2.5 sacks and two interceptions, including one returned for a 96-yard touchdown.
After entering the NFL as a sixth-round pick of Andy Reid and the Philadelphia Eagles in 2008, Studebaker spent most of that season on the practice squad before moving on to Kansas City.
After the Chiefs signed Studebaker to a contract extension in 2010, he talked about retiring in Kansas City.
The Chiefs signed Studebaker to a new deal in 2010 and hoped to retire in Kansas City. Now that he’s in Jacksonville, the linebacker should have a chance to steal a roster spot, despite coming to the party so late.