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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported today that wide receiver Lee Evans, with the Ravens last season, will sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars tomorrow.
That’s great for Evans.
After his drop in the AFC Championship game it was more than likely the Ravens wouldn’t bring him back after releasing him.
He had four catches in the regular season and four catches in the playoffs in his single season with the Ravens.
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The Jacksonville Jaguars have reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with veteran free-agent wide receiver Lee Evans.
Evans, who has played eight seasons, was expected to sign the deal Monday when the Jaguars open their offseason veteran mini-camp, the Florida Times-Union and ESPN reported citing sources close to the team.
Contract details were unavailable. Previously, the Jaguars...
Free agent receiver Lee Evans has signed a one-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, upgrading the team's weakest position and giving it a potential deep threat.
Evans spent seven seasons with the Buffalo Bills (2004-10) and was with the Baltimore Ravens last year. Evans has 381 receptions for 6,008 yards and 43 touchdowns in 118 games.
He averaged at least 15.4 yards per...
The Jacksonville Jaguars and wide receiver Lee Evans agreed to a one-year deal, the Florida Times-Union reported citing a source.
Financial terms were not disclosed, but the newspaper reported that Evans will officially sign the contract on Monday.
Evans was a non-factor for the Baltimore Ravens last season, appearing in only nine games and catching a career-low four passes for...
Free agent wide receiver Lee Evans has signed a one-year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union.
Evans spent last year with the Baltimore Ravens where he recorded only four catches for 74 yards over nine regular season games.
Ravens fans are still stinging from Evans’ mishandling of a right-on-the-money pass from Joe Flacco...
JACKSONVILLE- The Jaguars continue to find ways to improve a receivers group that has for the most part proven to be mediocre in recent years.
Tomorrow, they will sign former Ravens wide out Lee Evans to a core that also includes last year’s WR breakout Laurent Robinson.
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The Jacksonville Jaguars are going to sign veteran wide receiver Lee Evans to a one-year contract on Monday, a league source confirmed.
The former Buffalo Bills first-round draft pick from Wisconsin is entering his ninth NFL season.
Evans, 31, has caught 381 career passes for 6,008 yards and 43 touchdowns.
Two seasons ago, Evans caught 37 passes for 578 yards and four touchdowns.
Wide receiver Lee Evans has agreed to a one-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Evans hasnt been relevant in fantasy football since he racked up 1,017 yards with the Bills back in 2008, and the 31-year-old isnt likely going to make an impact in 2012 behind Laurent Robinson and Mike Thomas....
As was reported yesterday, the Jaguars have officially signed former Ravens WR Lee Evans according to the team website.
While Evans isn't a top-of-the-line receiver, he's yet another solid guy that certainly adds to the Jaguars less than stellar receiving unit. With this signing, the Jaguars are beginning to look like a very formidable team that could pose many problems...
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ESPN’s Adam Schefter wrote on his blog that he believes Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden will be taken early in the second round of next week’s draft.
“My sense is that Weeden is going to go at the top of the second round to a team that doesn’t get Tannehill,” said Schefter. ”Maybe Cleveland, Buffalo, Kansas City or Seattle. But somewhere right around that...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, he doesn’t believe the Philadelphia Eagles will end up trading into the top five of next week’s draft.
“Chances are, they are not going up in the top five picks of this draft,” said Schefter via Evan Silva.
The Eagles would obviously have to give up way too much in order to trade up into the top five. It looks like there’s more of...
The NFL is releasing their 2012 schedule later tonight, and how are ESPN and NFL Network going to celebrate this momentous event that happens every year and largely signifies nothing? With a THREE HOUR SPECIAL starting at 7PM, of course. The ESPN news comes courtesy of a tweet from Adam Schefter.
A three-hour NFL Schedule Release Special on ESPN at 7 EST Tuesday night.