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The Jacksonville Jaguars have re-signed offensive tackle Tony

Boselli, wide receiver Reggie Barlow and fullback Daimon Shelton.

Length and terms of the contracts are undisclosed.

Boselli, 26, has started 55 games for the Jaguars in four seasons,

which is the team record for career starts. Boselli was the Jaguars

first-ever draft choice in 1995 and has been selected to the Pro

Bowl each of the last three seasons, starting the last two.

Barlow, 26, started two games last season and has played in 39

games over the past three seasons. In 1998, he was selected as a

first alternate to the Pro Bowl as a kick returner as he led the AFC

and was fourth in the NFL in punt return average (12.9) and scored

two touchdowns, one on a kickoff return and one on a punt return.

As a third receiver, he had eleven catches for 168 yards.

Shelton, 26, started eight games last season and rushed for 95 yards

on 30 carries while primarily blocking for running back Fred Taylor,

who had 1,223 yards. A sixth round draft choice in 1997, he played

in 13 games his rookie season with six carries.

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