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Jaguars Add Two to Practice Squad

The Jaguars today signed first-year tight end Darius Hill and rookie linebacker Boris Lee to the practice squad.  Rookie tight end Mike Caussin has been signed off the Jaguars practice squad to the Bills active roster.

Hill, 6-7, 250, was originally signed as an undrafted rookie by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2009.  He spent the majority of the season on the Bengals practice squad before being activated for the regular season finale on Jan. 3 against the New York Jets.  A native of Blue Springs, Mo., he spent the 2010 preseason with the Bengals before being waived on final cuts.  He played four seasons at Ball State and finished with a school-record 31 touchdown receptions and ranked third in career receptions (158) and receiving yards (2,473).

Lee, 6-0, 245, was signed by the San Diego Chargers as an undrafted rookie this year and also spent time with the New York Jets during training camp.  A native of Fargo, Ga., Lee was a three-year starter at Troy and led the team with 127 tackles as a senior.  He finished his career with 9.5 sacks and 383 tackles.

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