The Jacksonville Jaguars today signed wide receiver Bobby Shaw, an unrestricted free agent wide receiver who spent the last four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Shaw, 26, specialized as a third-down slot receiver for the Steelers. He has career totals of 92 receptions for 1,468 yards (16.0-yard average) and eight touchdowns. The 6-0, 183-pound Shaw was a sixth-round draft choice of the Seattle Seahawks in 1999. He started his rookie year with the Seahawks, then was signed by the Steelers at midseason. Shaw, who can also return punts, is the all-time leading receiver at the University of California, where he caught 180 passes for 2,731 yards and 27 touchdowns. He is a native of San Francisco.
Shaw is the second unrestricted free agent to sign with the Jaguars this year, joining Patrick Johnson, also a wide receiver. The team's roster stands at 67 players.