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2020 Jacksonville Jaguars free agency: Live blog for Day 2 of legal tampering

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We’re onto Day 2 of the 2020 edition of NFL free agency — and the Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to be busy today.

We’re going to try and gather every piece of news, every rumor, and every update in our live blogs through the rest of the week right here. We love you all.

4:47 PM: Spending big on their secondary! They traded away A.J. Bouye and they’re immediately replacing him with former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Darqueze Dennard.

4:01 PM: Jason Witten can make HOW MUCH now?

3:54 PM: Ummmm... well... I see...

3:53 PM: The Jaguars will be facing Philip Rivers twice next season if Adam Schefter of ESPN is to be trusted.

3:18 PM: If Baldy is excited, I’m excited.

2:46 PM: Joe Schobert is a fantastic signing for the Jaguars. Solid middle linebacker who allows Myles Jack to play his more natural position outside. Get excited.

1:19 PM: Interesting. The Jaguars have handed out another tender, this time to linebacker Austin Calitro.

1:07 PM: Did not see this coming. Jacksonville applies a second-round tender to wide receiver Keelan Cole. When he was allowed to be on the field, Cole produced in 2019 — 24 receptions, 361 yards, and three touchdowns.

12:52 PM: The first reported cut by the Jaguars is veteran tight end Geoff Swaim. Swaim was never going to be on the books for Jacksonville going into the 2020 NFL season — the Jaguars will absorb a $250,000 cap hit for cutting him but the $3,987,500 cap hit they avoid taking results in a net $3,737,500 savings against the cap.

12:12 PM: Leonard Floyd is going to be a free agent. I wonder if the Jaguars make a run at him.

11:00 AM: The NFL is gonna look quite different next season. Cam Newton will probably be in a different place.

10:26 AM: Tom Brady is leaving the New England Patriots. The end of an era.

10:18 AM: The dominoes are falling for the quarterbacks, folks. Drew Brees staying in New Orleans.

9:01 AM: Catch up with all the Day 1 news from the legal tampering window here.