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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: How does Chris Ivory signing affect T.J. Yeldon?

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How will Chris Ivory and T.J. Yeldon work together next season, and more team news for your Saturday morning.

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How does the Jacksonville Jaguars signing Chris Ivory affect T.J. Yeldon? - AL.com
As a rookie with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2015, T.J. Yeldon was on the field more than all but seven running backs in the NFL, even though the former Alabama standout missed four games with injuries. It doesn't appear Yeldon will be in store for that kind of workload in his second season after the Jaguars snared free agent running back Chris Ivory. On Thursday, Ivory was in Jacksonville to sign his new deal, reported at five years with a maximum value of $35 million.

Is it time to panic? Yes. Yes it is. - BigCatCountry.com
e Jacksonville Jaguars missed out on another defense end in free agency, as despite having him in town for nearly 24 hours, veteran pass rusher Robert Ayers opted to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers rather than the Jaguars. It wasn't a deal that made you agree the money was too much either, because it was only a two-year deal with about $10.5 million guaranteed. But losing out on Vernon and then Ayers, means the Jaguars are left wanting at the edge rusher position.

Jaguars miss out on compensatory draft picks - FirstCoastNews.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars will not receive additional draft assets from the NFL this offseason. The team was not granted a compensatory pick after its spending spree last offseason. Jacksonville spent big on defensive end Jared Odrick, tight end Julius Thomas, safety Sergio Brown, offensive tackle Jermey Parnell and cornerback Davon House. Unfortunately, when a team spends big and loses very little premium talent, getting a compensatory pick is next to impossible.