Jaguars bring in QBs Jordan Rodgers, Matt Scott, and 23 other UDFAs
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have agreed to terms with 23 undrafted rookies, including quarterbacks Jordan Rodgers (Vanderbilt) and Matt Scott (Arizona).
Rodgers is the younger brother of Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers.
The Jaguars also agreed to terms with defensive tackle T.J. Barnes (Georgia Tech), linebacker Maalik Bomar (Cincinnati), cornerback Marcus Burley (Delaware), offensive tackle R.J. Dill (Rutgers), linebacker Jeremiah Green (Nevada), defensive end Paul Hazel (Western Michigan), defensive tackle Arby Jones (Georgia), receiver Cole McKenzie (Southern Oregon), receiver Jamal Miles (Arizona State), guard Stephane Milhim (Massachusetts), offensive tackle Jeff Nady (Nevada) and tight end Ryan Otten (San Jose State).
The list also includes receiver Tobais Palmer (North Carolina State), fullback Lonnie Pryor (Florida State), tight end Kyler Reed (Nebraska), linebacker LaRoy Reynolds (Virginia), safety Steven Terrell (Texas A&M), long-snapper Carson Tinker (Alabama), offensive tackle Roderick Tomlin (Murray State), cornerback Trey Wilson (Vanderbilt) and linebacker Michael Zimmer (Illinois State).
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