The Jacksonville Jaguars continue signing role contributors before free agency begins, now adding Josh Wells for an extended time in Jacksonville.
Re-signing Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Arrelious Benn, a player who has struggled to catch on with teams, is an underrated signing.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have re-signed offensive tackle Josh Wells. Wells is the third potential free agent to remain in Jacksonville this week, following defensive tackle
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) The Jacksonville Jaguars have re-signed offensive tackle Josh Wells. Wells is the third potential free agent to remain in Jacksonville this week, following defensive tackle
The Jaguars re-signed defensive tackle Abry Jones and wide receiver Arrelious Benn earlier this week and they announced another player that will remain in the fold on Friday. Offensive lineman Josh Wells is the latest potential free agent to opt for an extended stay in Jacksonville.
A day after declining to pick up left tackle Kelvin Beachum's option, the Jaguars are reportedly interested in acquiring Branden Albert.
Despite showing patience with former head coach Gus Bradley, the Jaguars remain an unstable franchise according to the Ringer's Danny Kelly.
Reports surfaced on Thursday that the Miami Dolphins were on the verge of releasing former Pro Bowl left tackle Branden Albert. But as the team sought to make the release official, something odd happen
The Dolphins aren't keeping left tackle Branden Albert, but they found out quickly that there was sufficient interest in him elsewhere that they might get something for him. And a potential trade partner has now been identified.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are hunting in free agency and willing to spend big. The New England Patriots have a slew of talented players hitting free agency.