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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Patriots re-sign Devin McCourty

The top free agent safety on the market was re-signed even though the Jaguars were in the mix to get him, and more team news.

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

Jaguars miss on Devin McCourty -
The Jacksonville Jaguars will miss out on free agent safety Devin McCourty, according to a report by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. McCourty was arguably the No. 1 target in free agency for the Jaguars and the guy most Jaguars fans wanted the most in the offseason.

DeMarco Murray targeted by Jaguars -
DeMarco Murray is the best running back on the free agent market, and is one of the top players overall this offseason that is available. The Dallas Cowboys are still hoping to bring him back, but they are going to face stiff competition from other teams searching for a running back.

Jaguars are favorites to land Julius Thomas -
The best tight end available in free agency appears to be headed to Jacksonville. Several reports have said the Jaguars are getting close to a deal with soon-to-be free agent Broncos tight end Julius Thomas, and that the deal may be done as soon as free agency starts on Tuesday.

Jacksonville could sign Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga -
There have been hits (Sen’Derrick Marks, Zane Beadles). There have been misses (Mohamed Massoquoi, Dekoda Watson). But in their two years under general manager Dave Caldwell, it never seemed as if the Jacksonville Jaguars were swinging for the fences when the NFL free agency signing period rolled around. Come Tuesday, that should change.