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Evans agrees to terms


JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars' draft class is now fully agreed upon.

Josh Evans, the Jaguars' sixth-round selection in the 2013 NFL Draft, agreed to terms on his rookie contract on Thursday, becoming the last of the team's eight draft selections to agree or sign with the franchise.

Duration and terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Evans (6-0, 205 pounds), a safety, started 24 games at free safety at the University of Florida, playing in 47 games and lettering three seasons. He registered 154 tackles, 101 solo, and also had seven tackles for losses, five interceptions and four passes defensed.

Evans participated fully in the team's offseason program and minicamps, as did the rest of a rookie class that signed contracts periodically since late May. Cornerbacks Demetrius McCray and Jeremy Harris signed in a three-day span in late May, with cornerback Dwayne Gratz and safety Johnathan Cyprien signing June 18.

Denard Robinson signed July 9, and wide receiver Ace Sanders signed Monday, with right tackle Luke Joeckel having signed June 22.

Jaguars rookies and quarterbacks report to training camp Monday, July 22. The full team reports for training camp Thursday, July 25 with the first practice on Friday, July 26.

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