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6-10, 4th in AFC South
Dennard and Jags mutually decided to part ways (0:46)

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars owner Shad Khan is donating $1 million to support Northeast Florida's response to the COVID-19 crisis. It will be divided among Florida's First Coast Relief Fund, Feeding Northeast Florida, the Clara White Mission (help for the homeless), the Jacksonville Public Education Fund, and the local chapter of the American Red Cross. “I want to say thank you to every group or individual who is personally stepping up for the people of Jacksonville during these uncertain times,” Khan said.

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Ex-Lions CB Melvin, Jaguars reach 1-year deal

Rashaan Melvin will be joining his sixth NFL team in eight seasons after reaching a one-year deal with the Jaguars. He started 12 games for the Lions in 2019, making 68 tackles.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars add to their defensive backfield depth by agreeing to terms with CB Rashaan Melvin. This will be his sixth team in eight seasons. He has started 40 of the 84 games in which he's played and has four interceptions. Started 12 games for Detroit last year and broke up 11 passes. He's a big corner (6-2, 194 pounds) who will compete on the outside with Tre Herndon and Darqueze Dennard.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars agreed to terms with two defensive players on Monday: NT Al Woods and LB/DE Cassius Marsh. Both agreed to one-year deals. Interior DL is a major need and Woods is a mammoth (6-foot-4, 330 pounds) run-stuffer who will fit into the rotation to replace Marcell Dareus. Woods has 204 tackles and 5.5 sacks in 10 seasons. Marsh, whose father Curtis Marsh, Sr., was the Jaguars' final pick in their inaugural draft in 1995, has 14 sacks in seven seasons.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

A quick look at the Jaguars' cap situation heading into the second week of free agency: They have $13.5M in cap space, which includes Yannick Ngakoue's tag of $17.8M, and are carrying the second-most dead money in the league ($33.9M) per Over The Cap. Spotrac estimates $13.1M needed for all 12 draft picks. Team can create additional create space with some more releases. Cutting WR Marqise Lee, for example, would result in savings of $5.25M.

What offseason moves could the Jaguars make next? (0:51)

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Official confirmation from Jaguars coach Doug Marrone that Myles Jack will be the team's weakside linebacker now that Joe Schobert has been signed: “He [Schobert] is really going to help us, not only at the MIKE linebacker position, but he also helps us overall across our whole linebacking corps. This gives us the ability to move Myles Jack to outside linebacker, which I feel is a more natural position for him. Myles and I spoke about the change and he's excited.”

Foles or Wentz: Stephen A. picks who is more likely to win this season (2:00)
Why Foles is a good fit with the Bears (1:33)

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

A year ago Nick Foles was the Jaguars' savior. Owner Shad Khan said it was a dream signing. They gave him a contract that paid $22 million annually and included a franchise-record $50.125 million guaranteed. Now, after just 11 quarters and 173 snaps, they've decided he's not. It's the ultimate in buyer's remorse and while trading Foles does clear up $26.875 from next year's salary cap it's a bad look for a franchise that can't seem to get the most important position right.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Per ESPN's Dan Graziano, new Jaguars LB Joe Schobert's five-year contract guarantees him $21.5 million in the first two years ($12 million signing bonus, $2.5 million salary in 2020, $7 million salary in 2021). Each year includes a $200,000 workout bonus and up to $300,000 in per-game roster bonuses.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars are still listening to trade offers for QB Nick Foles but there are other QB options (Jameis Winston, Andy Dalton, Cam Newton) for teams to consider so there may not be any movement there today -- though that may change quickly with the right offer. The Jaguars addressed two areas that needed help on Tuesday by agreeing to terms with LB Joe Schobert and CB Darqueze Dennard. Defensive tackle and tight end are positions to monitor Wednesday.

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Source: CB Dennard, Jags reach 3-year deal

Darqueze Dennard, who was one of the most effective defensive backs for the Bengals last season, has reached a three-year, $13.5 million deal with the Jaguars, a source told ESPN.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The addition of LB Joe Schobert gives the Jaguars the flexibility to move MLB Myles Jack outside, and it sounds like the team is open to doing so. Here's coach Doug Marrone at the combine: “The one thing about Myles is obviously he's a guy that's super talented, played multiple positions for us already, and getting him comfortable is really what my main goal is and putting him in a spot where he can go and play and maybe not have to worry about a lot of other people.”

Team Stats

Passing Yards235.016th
Rushing Yards106.817th
Points For18.826th
Points Against24.8

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