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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed place-kicker Sam Swank, linebacker JoJo Dickson and defensive tackle David Howard. The first-year players will help the Jaguars get through veteran orientation beginning Tuesday. Place-kicker Josh Scobee, linebacker Paul Posluszny and defensive tackles Terrance Knighton and Tyson Alualu will miss the workouts. Scobee (franchise tag) is not under contract. Posluszny (shoulder), Knighton (eye) and Alualu (knee) are recovering from injuries. Cornerback Rashean Mathis and defensive ends Aaron Kampman and John Chick also will sit out the sessions. Howard, a seventh-round draft pick by Tennessee in 2010, has spent time with Oakland and Seattle. Swank has been with Philadelphia, Cincinnati, the New York Giants and the Jaguars since entering the league in 2009. Dickson spent a week in Jacksonville's training camp last year.
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ESPN's Paul Kuharsky gave a spot on analysis of the courtesy, or lack thereof, from Maurice Jones-Drew towards Mike Mularkey in regards to Jones-Drew not giving Mularkey a heads up that he wouldn't...
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Terrance Knighton will miss at least the next three months of the team's offseason program following eye surgery.
Coach Mike Mularkey said Monday that Knighton won't even be at the team facility during workouts, prompting some concern considering his history of weight problems.
The 340-pound defender had surgery April 8 after being...
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew is skipping the team's voluntary orientation for veterans in what could be a contract dispute.
Jones-Drew is one of two players under contract not on hand for the three-day session, which began Tuesday. Defensive tackle Terrance Knighton (eye surgery) also is sitting home.
Jones-Drew led the NFL in rushing last season, gaining...
Jaguars defensive tackle Terrance Knighton will miss three months of the team's offseason program as he recovers from an eye injury suffered when he was hit in the face with a bottle at a nightclub.
Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey announced Monday that Knighton would be sidelined until training camp.
"Terrance, due to the injury and the surgery, is going to miss the majority...
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...
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Terrance Knighton will miss the team's offseason activities for the next three months as he recovers from eye surgery.
Knighton suffered the injury after an incident near Pure Nightclub in Jacksonville last month.
Knighton, 25, had 29 tackles in 13 games last season.
When the 2011 Regular Season came to a close, we knew who the Jacksonville Jaguars would face in 2012, but we just didn't know when. In 2012, aside from their AFC South rivals, the Jaguars will go up against the NFC North, the AFC East, and play two conference games against Cincinnati and Oakland. The schedule was released tonight from the NFL, and the Jaguars will have one prime...
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...