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JAGUARS SIGN THREE DRAFT PICKS

The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed three more of their eight draft

choices: CB Jason Craft, DT Kevin Landolt and CB Dee

Moronkola. Length and terms of the contracts are not disclosed.

Craft, 23, was the Jaguars' fifth draft selection, the 160th overall

choice. He was a two-year letterman at Colorado State and had

four interception in his senior season. Craft, 5-9, 175, is from

Denver, Colorado.

Landolt, 23, was the Jaguars' fourth draft selection, the 121st

overall choice. He started 24 of 47 games over four seasons at

West Virginia and had eight sacks as a senior. Landolt, 6-5, 300, is

from Burlington, N.J.

Moronkola, 21, was the first of the Jaguars' two seventh-round

draft selections, the 242nd overall choice. He started 24 of 38

games played at Washington State and returned kickoffs in addition

to his duties at cornerback. Moronkola, 5-9, 203, is from Richmond,

California.

These three join second round selection DT Larry Smith to bring the

total number of draft choices signed to four. The Jaguars now have

77 of the 81 players on their roster under contract for the 1999

season.

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