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Scouting interns added

The Jacksonville Jaguars have employed two scouting interns during training camp, in former Jaguars offensive lineman Eugene Chung and Lance Wright, brother of Jaguars scout Larry Wright. The two are spending camp with the Jaguars until the end of training camp on August 19.

Chung, a former NFL first-round draft choice out of Virginia Tech by New England, joined the Jaguars in the 1995 Expansion Draft as the 26th selection and 51st player taken overall. Chung's pro career includes stints with the Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts and Patriots. A member of the NFL Players Association since 1992, he now serves as president of the NFLPA Retired Players Association. He is also involved in several other organizations including the Boy Scouts of America and the St. Johns County Florida Public School Advisory Counsel, which was commissioned by Governor Job Bush.

Wright, a graduate of Grambling University in 2004, was a three year starter at guard for Grambling. He was the recipient of the Eddie G. Robinson Award and served as team captain in his senior year. Wright lettered in both football and power lifting while attending West Monroe High School and earned All-State, All-Northeast Louisiana and All-District honors. He currently works as a youth instructor at the West Monroe Community Center in Monroe, La.

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