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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Mark Brunell makes pitch for Suh

Former Jaguars QB Mark Brunell wrote a letter to Ndamukong Suh pleading his case for the free agent to come to Jacksonville, and more team news.

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

Mark Brunell writes letter to Ndamukong Suh asking him to Jaguars -
Three former NFL players now working as ESPN analysts were asked to write letters urging Suh to sign with their former teams. One of them was former Jaguars quarterback Mark Brunell.

Green Bay media starting to hear rumors of Jacksonville pursuing Randall Cobb -
The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of the teams that are expected to make a major run at free agent wide receiver Randall Cobb in free agency, according to a report by Bill Huber of Packer Report. Free agency rumors have linked the Jaguars to Cobb for a few weeks, but this is really the first kind of report that essentially says they will make a run at him.

Devin McCourty should be Jaguars No. 1 target -
The New England Patriots tagged kicker Stephen Gostkowski, which means free safety Devin McCourty will become a free agent unless the sides work out a new contract between now and 4 p.m. ET March 10. If that doesn’t happen and McCourty does hit the open market, he should be the Jaguars’ No. 1 priority.

Expect Jaguars to improve WR and TE in free agency -
Do the Jaguars believe they need to add a No. 1-type receiver? The outside opinion is they absolutely need to give quarterback Blake Bortles a prime-time weapon who can stretch the field. But it’s entirely possible that general manager Dave Caldwell & Co. will instead explore the secondary receiver market to add a veteran who can equal parts produce and mentor.