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Jaguars Sign Terrell

The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed guard Daryl Terrell, a fourth-year pro who was a veteran free agent.

Terrell, 27, was on New Orleans' practice squad for a year and then played the last three seasons for the Saints after having been originally signed as an undrafted rookie by the Baltimore Ravens in 1998. He has appeared in 45 games and did not miss a game either of the last two seasons. He started nine games at left tackle for the injured Willie Roaf last season, as well as one game at left guard. The 6-5, 296-pound Terrell is a native of Vossburg, Miss. and played two years at Southern Mississippi. He also played in the East-West Shrine and Blue-Gray games following his senior season.

The addition of Terrell brings the Jaguars' roster to 91 players.

In addition, offensive lineman Aaron Koch suffered a right knee injury in practice last week that has been diagnosed as a torn ACL. Surgery is pending.


The annual Jimmy Smith Football Camp has been held every afternoon this week, and local media is invited to attend Thursday afternoon's session from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Jacksonville University. Eight of Smith's Jaguars teammates are helping him instruct youngsters in football fundamentals.

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