Jaguars keep WR Lee with four-year deal

Jaguars keep WR Lee with four-year deal

The Jaguars also signed second-year wide receiver Shane Wynn, the team announced.

The Jacksonville Jaguars will retain free-agent wideout Marqise Lee and add former Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Donte Moncrief, according to multiple reports on Tuesday.

The one-year deal is worth a base salary of around $7 million with a maximum value of $9.6M, a source told ESPN's Field Yates.

He's also played in three career postseason games with the Jaguars, making two grabs for 22 yards, including the game-winning score against the Buffalo Bills in last season's playoffs.

Moncrief averaged 5.3 FanDuel points in 12 games (eight starts) for the Colts this season, with 26 receptions (47 targets) for 391 yards and 2 touchdowns.

The man known as the Albino Tiger early in his career for an inability to stay healthy put up solid numbers the past two seasons, compiling 1,553 yards on 119 receptions with six touchdowns.

After playing in all 16 games his first two years in the league, however, Moncrief would suffer a bit from the injury bug in 2016 and 2017, playing in a combined 19 games over that span.

The Colts drafted Moncrief in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft and while many were hoping his skills would turn him into an asset on the offensive side of the ball, he battled injuries and inconsistent play through the latter half of his time in Indianapolis.

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