The Jaguars had over $73 million in available salary cap space and they’re not letting it go to waste.
Limited Mens Will Fuller Jersey Jacksonville was one of the more aggressive teams as NFL free agency began, landing two of the biggest defensive prizes.
The Jaguars signed defensive lineman Calais Campbell from the Cardinals with a four-year contract worth $60 million and former Texans cornerback A.J. Bouye to a five-year, $67.5 million contract with $26 million guaranteed. They also inked safety Barry Church to a four-year deal worth $26 million.
Adding Campbell gives the Jaguars an impressive defensive front, on paper. He joined a group that already includes Abry Jones, Dante Fowler Jr., and Malik Jackson, who was the big free-agent acquisition last year when the Jaguars signed him away from the Broncos. The Jaguars also expect big things from defensive end Yannick Ngakoue, who had eight sacks last year after getting selected in the third round of last year’s draft.
Jacksonville could also re-sign defensive lineman Tyson Alualu, the team’s first-round pick in 2010, for added depth after releasing defensive tackle Sen’Derrick Marks.
McCown actually deserves congratulations and praise for continuing to find work. He’s not signing himself, after all. The Jets did this willingly. The other quarterbacks they considered (and apparently not considered) are no secret.
Peyton Manning Kids Jersey
Their track record on this happens to be epically bad. Remember, it was a year ago that they knew the final piece of their playoff puzzle was Fitzpatrick, and they waited him out the entire offseason and ended up handing him $12 million, then watched him become the exact Ryan Fitzpatrick the rest of the league knew he would become.