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Punter Bryan Anger has signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, leaving the team with just one player not under contract heading into training camp.
First-round pick Justin Blackmon, who pled guilty to a DUI charge in Oklahoma on Tuesday, remains unsigned. Players are scheduled to report Thursday.
Anger, a third-round pick from California, signed Wednesday. The 70th overall pick was the highest punter selected in the NFL draft since the Chicago Bears took Todd Sauerbrun in the second round in 1995.
Anger finished his college career with 255 punts for a 43.5-yard average and 38.2-yard net average. As a senior, Anger had at least one punt of at least 50 yards in every game.
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Punter Bryan Anger signed a four-year deal with the Jaguars, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, leaving first-round pick wide receiver Justin Blackmon as the team's only unsigned draft pick. Anger was the 70th overall pick in April, the highest selection for a punter since Todd Sauerbrun was a second-round pick in 1995. The Jaguars released Nick Harris and Spencer Lanning...
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The Jacksonville Jaguars have reported for training camp without running back Maurice Jones-Drew and first-round draft pick Justin Blackmon.
Jones-Drew failed to show up for check-in Thursday, still seeking a new contract. Owner Shad Khan and general manager Gene Smith say they have no plans to negotiate a new deal with their star player.
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Jacksonville Jaguars draft pick Justin Blackmon has pleaded guilty to drunken driving in Oklahoma in a deal that avoids jail time.
Defense attorney Cheryl Ramsey entered the plea for Blackmon during a hearing Tuesday that he did not attend.
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Running back Maurice Jones-Drew is set for a lengthy holdout through training camp, according to Steve Wyche of the NFL Network.
Jones-Drew suggested that he would consider holding out into the regular season as well, and will not give in until he gets the lucrative contract extension he covets. He can be fined $30,000 for every day of camp that he misses.
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