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Jaguars Sign Freddie Moore

The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed offensive tackle Freddie Moore, a first-year free agent from the Cincinnati Bengals and NFL Europe's Berlin Thunder.

Moore, 24, an undrafted rookie free agent signed on April 24, 2001 by the Cincinnati Bengals out of the Florida A&M. The 6-6, 304-pound Moore tore his medial collateral ligament in his knee and was placed on injured reserve on August 7 and was waived by the Bengals on October 8. The Tallahassee native was drafted as the third selection by NFL Europe champion Berlin Thunder and started every game at left tackle opposite Jaguars teammate Derrick Chambers, who started at right guard. Moore began his collegiate career at Central Florida in 1997 and '98 as a blocker for Minnesota quarterback Daunte Culpepper and played his junior and senior seasons with the Rattlers, where blocked for current Jaguars backup quarterback Quinn Gray.

The addition of Moore brings the Jaguars' roster to 92 players, plus two on injured reserve.

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