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Jaguars free agency rumors: Legal tampering has now started

Here's all the news, rumors, and updates around the league about the Jaguars, major free agency targets, and more!

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

NFL free agency officially starts next week, but legal tampering has begun for the 2015 NFL free agency period and the Jacksonville Jaguars are predicted to be as busy as anyone.

Here are all the latest updates about official visits, rumored signings, news leaks, and more.

Live updates

March 7

9:55 PM: At this point, it looks like Julius Thomas is almost a slam dunk for the Jaguars.

2:56 PM: Looks like Tyson Alualu isn't cut yet, because the Jaguars just re-signed him.

2:35 PM: While the Jags are expected to look at the offense in FA, it appears they're immediately looking for pass rushers.

1:53 PM: There is now one less offensive tackle on the market, as Houston re-signs Newton.

12:24 PM: Michael Gehlken of the U-T San Diego reporting the San Diego Chargers could make a run at Randall Cobb. Good weather, nice money. All the same reasons for Cobb to come to the Jaguars.

12:21 PM: Charles Robinson of Yahoo! is echoing what the national media has been putting out there all week. Honestly, I don't know how I'd feel about the Miami Dolphins signing Ndamukong Suh. What advantages (Florida weather, state income tax, roster on upward trend) do the Jaguars not have?

10:32 AM: Right tackle options since other than Bryan Bulaga of the Green Bay Packers this is a weak class, but Jermey Parnell could be an option.

10:02 AM: Any interest in the Philadelphia Eagles signing Mark Sanchez makes me think they're going to try and bring in a rookie quarterback and need a veteran to stabilize things in the summer and into the first few games of the season. Advantageous for teams holding the No. 3 overall pick in the NFL Draft, imo.

March 6

6:42 PM: And now the Philadelphia Eagles are going to bid for Devin McCourty.

3:35 PM: Here are the restricted free agents the Jaguars didn't choose to re-sign today.


12:49 PM: The San Diego Chargers have signed wide receiver Jacoby Jones. Another free agent that wasn't a major target, but could have been a Plan B or Plan C to general manager Dave Caldwell.

11:59 AM: Washington re-signed tight end Niles Paul, who wasn't a major target, but could have definitely been a Plan B or Plan C for the Jaguars.

11:30 AM: Big Blue View believes the New York Giants could be a major player in the Devin McCourty sweepstakes.

10:26 AM: Reminder... here's Alfie Crow's list of who he believes the Jaguars will target over the next week or so.

10:05 AM: Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald is saying the Miami Dolphins are confident they'll be getting Ndamukong Suh, but that biggest competitor in signing is the Jaguars.

March 5

1:59 PM: The Oakland Raiders are the first team to report an official visit scheduled for Detroit Lions free agent Ndamukong Suh.

1:43 PM: Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Examiner said the Indianapolis Colts aren't a likelihood for Ndamukong Suh. (Whew.)