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The Jacksonville Jaguars recently re-signed four players: defensive

tackle Jose White, offensive linemen Mark Nori and Todd Fordham

and safety Blaine McElmurry. Length and terms of their contracts

are not disclosed.

White, 26, played in 15 games last season as a backup defensive

tackle. He made a career-high 38 tackles (18 solo) and three sacks,

and he also forced a fumble. White joined the Jaguars late in the

1996 season.

Nori, 25, spent the first three months of last season on the practice

squad and was activated to the 53-man roster on November 30,

although he did not see any action the rest of the season. A Boston

College graduate, Nori joined the Jaguars for the final two games of

the 1997 season.

Fordham, 25, played in 11 games last season, starting the Tennessee

game on December 13 for the injured Rich Tylski. Fordham was

signed as an undrafted rookie out of Florida State in 1997, seeing

action in one game that season.

McElmurry, 25, played in the final two games and both playoff

contests in 1998 after being signed off Tennessee's practice squad.

He made three tackles while playing 53 plays on defense in the

season finale against Pittsburgh.

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