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Jaguars place franchise tag on Marcedes Lewis | jacksonville.com
The Jaguars will most likely keep their Pro Bowl tight end for at least another year. Jacksonville placed a non-exclusive franchise tag on Marcedes Lewis on Wednesday, unable to reach a long-term deal. The Jaguars will continue to negotiate with Lewis' representation until March 3, when the current collective bargaining agreement expires. After that, they will have to wait until a new collective bargaining agreement is in place before resuming negotiations.
Jaguars franchise Marcedes Lewis | ProFootballTalk
We noted this morning that the Jaguars were likely to use the franchise tag on tight end Marcedes Lewis. Now it’s official.
Jaguars sign Paul Spicer to one-day contract, - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars today signed veteran defensive end Paul Spicer to a one-day contract so that he could retire as a Jaguar. Spicer will be placed on the reserve/retired list.
More pieces to the puzzle - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
The week, while important, is not the end all. Not that what will go on during the coming week at Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis isn't important. Jaguars Director of Player Personnel Terry McDonough (pictured) said without question the NFL Scouting Combine is a critical part of the draft evaluation process.
The secret text - The O-Zone on jaguars.com
Now, we're getting somewhere. Had a morning meeting with Gene Smith, and know something about the General Manager: When he says morning, he means it.
Bob Sanders in Jacksonville: The other options
Ok, so he’s not in Jacksonville anymore, but Bob Sanders is still the hot topic among Jaguars fans. After a day that involved Sanders going through medical exams, having lunch with Gene Smith and reportedly having dinner with Aaron Kampman and Mel Tucker, the two-time Pro Bowler has left with Buffalo next on his itinerary.