Jags Now Open To Longer Free Agency Deals
Jaguars General Manager David Caldwell avoided offering contracts longer than two years when was steering the team through free agency last year because it was the first year of a new regime and they wanted the flexibility to adjust the roster as needed.
Things are going to be a bit different the second time around. Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union reports that Caldwell indicated an openness to deals stretching three or four years once free agency opens next month as the Jaguars move into the next phase of roster building.
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