Jaguars sign QB Nathan Enderle to contract

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The Jacksonville Jaguars signed second-year quarterback Nathan Enderle to a contract, the club announced today.  The Jaguars' roster stands at 90 players after defensive tackle Marcus Stroud was placed on reserve/retired.

Enderle, 6-4, 240, was a fifth-round draft pick of the Chicago Bears in 2011.  He spent the entire season on the Bears active roster but did not appear in a game.

A native of North Platte, Nebraska, Enderle was a four-year starter at Idaho.  He concluded his career with 10,084 passing yards on 779 of 1,427 passing with 81 touchdowns and 61 interceptions.  He recorded eight 300-yard passing games and 12 games with three or more touchdown passes.  As a senior, he was 271 of 478 passing for 3,314 yards with 22 touchdowns.  He attended North Platte High School in Nebraska where he lettered in football, basketball, baseball and track.

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