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Epstein agrees; three left to sign


Seventh-round draft choice Hayden Epstein has agreed to a three-year contract that will pay him a $25,500 signing bonus and will include salaries of $225,000, $300,000 and $380,000. The Michigan placekicker's contract is identical to that of cornerback Steve Smith, who was selected just ahead of Epstein.

Epstein becomes the sixth member of the Jaguars' 2002 draft class to agree to a contract. That leaves first-round defensive tackle John Henderson, second-round offensive tackle Mike Pearson and fourth-round quarterback David Garrard as the only unsigned draft picks. The Jaguars hope to have those three players under contract by the start of training camp on Friday, July 26.

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