Found April 27, 2013 on
PLAYERS: Matt ScottRyan Otten
The 2013 NFL Draft may be over but the Jacksonville Jaguars have already began adding undrafted players. After the draft the Jaguars added quarterback Matt Scott formerly of Arizona and tight end Ryan Otten of San Jose State. In Scott the Jaguars have added a quarterback who ran the spread-option at Arizona in his lone season as a starter. Scott has a strong arm but lacks great decision making skills. Still the lackluster quarterback situation in Jacksonville bodes well for his chances of making the team. Otten is a catch first tight end who had times of 4.69 and 4.76 at San Jose State’s State’s pro day. In his final two seasons he caught 99 passes for 1,481 yards and nine touchdowns. Jacksonville does not have a true backup to Marcedes Lewis which could prove to Otten’s benefit.

NFL Draft: Jacksonville Jaguars bypass quarterbacks, focus on defense

The Jacksonville Jaguars could have had their pick of any quarterback in the 2013 NFL Draft but they completely bypassed each and every one. Instead, the Jaguars waited until the conclusion of the draft and selected Arizona quarterback Matt Scott. Scott ran a version of the read option last season for the Wildcats while completing 60% of his passes and throwing for 27 touchdowns...
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