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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Eagles far outbid Jaguars for DeMarco Murray

Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell reveals just how much the Eagles outbid for free agent running back DeMarco Murray, and more team news.

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Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell says Eagles outbid by over $2 million per year -
The Jacksonville Jaguars were certainly interested in signing DeMarco Murray this offseason. However, they apparently weren’t nearly as interested as the Philadelphia Eagles. According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell said Monday that Philadelphia’s offer to Murray far exceeded their own.

Jacksonville is interested in free agent receiver Greg Jennings -
Even though Jacksonville signed just two free agents on the offensive side of the ball this offseason, Julius Thomas and Jermey Parnell (sorry, not including a PR/KR), which was a bit of a surprise to some. The team did chase Randall Cobb, but he ended up staying with the Green Bay Packers before free agency even started.

Bengals owner Mike Brown lone dissent in NFL blackout vote -
When NFL owners voted on Monday to lift the league's blackout policy for the 2015 season, the measure passed, but it didn't pass unanimously. The decision to suspend blackouts came after NFL owners voted in favor of it 31-1. So who was the lone dissenter? That would be Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown.

NFL to live-stream Jaguars-Bills game in London -
Here's some good news, far-flung NFL fans: The league will stream a game worldwide for the first time ever this coming season. Now here's some bad news: It's Bills vs. Jaguars.