Jaguars to sign Ex-Colts WR Donte Moncrief

Jaguars to sign Ex-Colts WR Donte Moncrief

Jaguars to sign Ex-Colts WR Donte Moncrief

Moncrief will theoretically replace Allen Robinson, who reportedly signed with the Chicago Bears, but he joins a crowded wide receiver group in Jacksonville that now includes Marqise Lee, Allen Hurns, Dede Westbrook, and Keelan Cole.

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In four seasons with the Colts, Moncrief had 152 receptions for 1,875 yards and 18 touchdowns in 53 games. This last season, he had a career-low 26 receptions and two touchdowns to go along with 391 yards in 12 games played with eight starts. That doesn't mean they haven't been active, as Jacksonville has re-signed Marqise Lee, brought in star guard Andrew Norwell, and now they're signing another playmaker in Donte Moncrief. And not long afterward they made another addition, with ESPN's Adam Schefter reporting that Jacksonville will be adding Indianapolis Colts free agent to their roster when free agency officially begins on Wednesday.

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The Jaguars suffered a rash of injuries at receiver a year ago that held them to bottom-16 numbers in both receiving yards and touchdowns. In Jacksonville, he should get a highly featured role while working with a quarterback in Blake Bortles who may not be as prolific as a healthy Luck but is far more durable.

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