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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Shane Ray visits Jaguars

Missouri pass rusher and first-round hopeful Shane Ray will visit with the Jaguars, and more team news.

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Shane Ray has scheduled visit with Jaguars -
Missouri linebacker Shane Ray might not have been able to show his speed at the NFL Scouting Combine, but the NFL clubs in greatest need of a pass rusher aren't waiting around for a 40-yard dash clocking to bring the SEC Defensive Player of the Year in for a visit.

Jaguars are 'losers' in 2015 free agency -
The Jaguars were forced to spend money, entering free agency far below the salary cap, but how they chose to spend it leaves a lot to be desired. The most egregiously bad signing was bringing in offensive tackle Jermey Parnell on a five-year, $32 million contract with $13 million guaranteed. He has seven career starts in five NFL seasons.

Grading this year's free agency crop for the Jaguars -
The dust has finally settled in NFL free agency and we're firmly in what's often referred to as the "second wave" of signings. The Jacksonville Jaguars were one of the most active teams in free agency during the 2015 NFL offseason, signing seven new players to the roster.

Jaguars unlikely to pursue Greg Hardy -
The Jacksonville Jaguars are unlikely to pursue free-agent defensive end Greg Hardy, according to a league source. Hardy, one of the NFL's premier pass-rushers, remains on the commissioner’s exempt list but he is seeking immediate reinstatement from the NFL, which is still deciding whether to suspend the former Carolina Panther under the league’s personal conduct policy.

Cecil Shorts signs with Texans -
Former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Cecil Shorts III is reportedly signing a two-year deal with the Houston Texans today. According to Zac Jackson of FOX Sports Ohio, Shorts is staying in the AFC South but going to the rival Texans.