The longest-tenured member of the team, Lewis played 12 seasons in Duval County after being selected No. 28 overall in the 2006 NFL Draft.
Set to turn 34 in May, Lewis has lost speed he couldn't afford to lose. That said, he remains a plus blocker in the ground attack and is coming off his most productive receiving season in a half-decade.
A veteran leader on last season's squad that graduated from AFC South cellar dweller to the doorstep of the Super Bowl, Lewis feels disrespected by the way the organization handled the move.
"I think I deserved a little better than I got," Lewis said, per the AP. "... I wish they would have done it sooner."
In fact, Seferian-Jenkins was billed as a younger version of Lewis when the former Washington star was entering his final college season five years ago: