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The Jaguars have re-signed wide receiver Will Moore, a restricted

free agent, and released defensive tackle Don Davey. Length and

terms of Moore's contract are undisclosed.

Moore, 29, played in all 16 games for the Jaguars last season and

had one catch for nine yards in addition to finishing third on the team

with 18 special teams tackles. He has played in 43 career games,

starting 14 when he played with the New England Patriots in 1995

and 1996.

Davey, 30, spent the 1998 season on injured reserve, following

arthroscopic knee surgery in August. In 1997, he started the first ten

games of the season before suffering a torn right ACL. In four

seasons with the Jaguars, he had started in 38 games with 6.5

sacks. Davey joined the Jaguars as an unrestricted free agent from

the Green Bay Packers in 1995, and is a veteran of eight NFL


The Jaguars' current roster stands at 63 players

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