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The Jacksonville Jaguars today named Bryan Broaddus assistant director of pro scouting and hired two new college scouts, Andy Dengler and John Wojciechowski.

Broaddus joins the Jaguars from the Philadelphia Eagles, where he served as coordinator of college scouting for the last year. Prior to that, he was the Green Bay Packers' scouting administrator from 1991 to '96. Broaddus, 34, played collegiate football at Louisiana State and coached at LSU and Texas A&M before taking a player personnel job in the World League. His responsibilities will include scouting NFL teams the Jaguars do not play over the course of the season, some advance scouting and working with and hosting unrestricted free agents each spring.

Dengler will scout the West Coast for the Jaguars. He joined the team from the National Football Scouting combine, where he was an area scout in the northeast and mid-Atlantic regions the last four years. Dengler, 34, coached college football at St. Joseph's College (Ind.), Tiffin University and Bowling Green.

Wojciechowski will be the southeast area scout for the BLESTO scouting organization. He was a player personnel assistant for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1996 until joining the Jaguars. Wojciechowski, 24, was a first-team All-American in non-scholarship Division I-AA at Duquesne.


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