2012 NFL Free Agency: Jaguars Sign Lee Evans and What It Means to Jacksonville

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2012 NFL Free Agency: Jaguars Sign Lee Evans and What It Means to Jacksonville
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Another body and more hope.

The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Monday that they would sign Lee Evans to a one-year deal with the team, adding another set of hands to the offense for 2012.

Evans had played in Baltimore last season and in Buffalo before that. He was drafted while Mike Mularkey was the head coach of the Bills.

Evans gives this team speed and experience. But his numbers have declined the past few years. And at 31 years old, he would be one of the more veteran players on this team.

Evans comes into camp with the team already having signed Laurent Robinson of Dallas and having Mike Thomas on the roster. Here is what his signing means to the team as they move forward.

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