May 23 2018
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Colts, Patriots, Jaguars Hosting LB Gerald Hodges On Visits This Week (REPORT)

Former San Francisco 49ers and Minnesota Vikings linebacker Gerald Hodges is reportedly visiting three AFC teams this week. The free agent linebacker visited the Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday and will meet with the New England Patriots and Jacksonville Jaguars on Wednesday and Thursday respectively, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Former …

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Blaine Gabbert To Join Cardinals On One-Year Deal (REPORT)

Blaine Gabbert is staying in the NFC West. The Arizona Cardinals are reportedly signing the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback to a one-year deal, according to multiple reports. Former 49ers’ and Jaguars’ QB Blaine Gabbert is signing a one-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) …

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Jaguars Exercise Blake Bortles’ Fifth-Year Option

The Jacksonville Jaguars have officially exercised Blake Bortles’ fifth-year option on his rookie contract, the team announced Monday. “This is a smart business decision for the team for several reasons,” Jaguars executive vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin said, via Jacksonville’s team website. “It makes sense for us going …

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Jaguars, Patriots Lead Top Five List Of Free Agency Winners

NFL Free Agency and the 2017 league year began two weeks ago, and most of the top unrestricted free agents have already signed with a new franchise or have returned to their original team on a new contract. The New England Patriots and Jacksonville Jaguars are two teams that have …

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Jacksonville Jaguars Sign TE Mychal Rivera

The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed unrestricted free agent tight end Mychal Rivera, the team announced Wednesday. The Oakland Raiders former sixth-round pick joins the Jaguars on a two-year deal that is worth a maximum value of $6.5 million, but the second year of his contract is a team option, according …

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