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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Team reportedly signing Julius Thomas

The Jaguars legally tampered their way to a good crop of free agents (reportedly) and more team news.

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Here's your Tuesday morning news roundup for the Jacksonville Jaguars!

Julius Thomas expected to sign with Jaguars -
The Jacksonville Jaguars will sign free agent tight end Julius Thomas, according to a report by Mike Klis of The Denver Post. The Jaguars finally made a big splash in free agency, as many thought they would. Thomas is one of the better pass catching tight ends in the NFL and it's certainly an area the Jaguars drastically need to improve.

Jaguars expected to sign swing linebacker Dan Skuta -
Skuta, 28, originally joined the Cincinnati Bengals in 2009 as an undrafted free agent and was essentially a "swiss army knife" for the Bengals. He played strong side linebacker, which is likely what he'll play with the Jaguars (OTTO), as well as ILB, DE, TE and fullback for the Bengals.

Jaguars reportedly agree to contract terms with Cowboys tackle Jermey Parnell -
The Jacksonville Jaguars will sign free agent offensive tackle Jermey Parnell once free agency officially starts, according to a report by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The Jaguars were reportedly linked to free agency Bryan Bulaga, but it appears that that was either agent talk or something to throw people off the scent of their real target, Parnell.

Jared Odrick will sign with the Jaguars, per report -
The Jacksonville Jaguars have agreed to terms with free agent defensive lineman Jared Odrick, according to a report by Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel. The Jaguars were linked to Odrick prior to the start of free agency when it was clear that the Miami Dolphins would not be bringing him back after signing Ndamukong Suh to a massive contract.

Are the Jaguars interested in Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy? -
The Jacksonville Jaguars could be one of five teams in the running for free agent defensive end Greg Hardy, according to a report by Jason Cole of Bleacher Report.