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PAUP INJURED; DL HUNTER ADAMS SIGNS

PAUP INJURED; DL HUNTER ADAMS

SIGNS

Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Bryce Paup suffered a torn pectoral

muscle while lifting weights last week. He is in his second week of

rehabilitation from the injury and will not participate in drills when

training camp begins Thursday. His status will be updated on a

weekly basis through the preseason.

In 1998, after being signed as an unrestricted free agent from the

Buffalo Bills, Paup was the Jaguars' second-leading sacker and

third leading tackler. Paup, who played in four straight Pro Bowls

from 1994 to '97, ranks 36th on the NFL's all-time list with 72

career sacks.

Adams, a 6-5, 280-pound defensive end, was a three-time

All-Patriot League performer at Bucknell, where he made 174

tackles and six sacks. Adams was signed as a rookie free agent by

the New York Giants in 1998, but he was waived on August 22 in

the cut to 60. Last weekend, he finished the season with the

Houston ThunderBears, where he scored a touchdown as a

two-way performer, playing both defensive line and tight end.

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