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The Jacksonville Jaguars have re-signed Pro Bowl placekicker Mike Hollis, who led the NFL in scoring in 1997. Hollis, a three-year veteran who joined the team as a first-year player in 1995, has handled all of the team's placekicking and kickoff duties since the '95 inaugural season. This past season, Hollis scored 134 points, including a team-record 31 field goals, and he was named to the Pro Bowl for the first time. In three years, Hollis has scored 338 points on 81 of 99 field goals and 95 of 96 extra points.

Hollis was a restricted free agent. Length and terms of his contract were undisclosed.

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The Jaguars also signed tight end Isaac Curtis, who was in the team's training camp in 1997. Curtis, 23, was waived last August 19 in the cut to 60 players. He was a four-year player at Kentucky, playing wide receiver and tight end, finishing with 40 receptions for 406 yards and five touchdowns. Curtis is the son of former Bengals great Isaac Curtis.

The addition of Curtis bring the Jaguars' current roster count to 65 players.

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