The jaguars at Jacksonville announced Saturday that they signed free agent Chris Conley.
Conley, 26, started 34 games in four seasons with Kansas City Shefs as he arrived as the third round (76th) Total) from Georgia in 2015. Thirteen of these started in 2018 when Conley caught 32 gaps for 334 yards and five touchdowns
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He set career tips in 2016 when he took 44 passes for 530 yards. In its four seasons, Conley has taken 104 passes for 1238 yards and six touchdowns.
Conley is confined to five matches in 2017 when his season ended prematurely because of the torn achilles tendon. Jags also announced that they had signed former Cinsarati Bengals striker Cedric Ogbuehi. 26-year-old Ogbuehi spent most of last season as a healthy scratch for a Cincinnati team who finished the season 6-10.
The Jags do not disclose contractual terms for Ogbuehi or Conley.
Jackson also agreed to agree with the linear Jake Ryan, sources told Rob Demovski of ESPN, confirming several reports.
Ryan, the fourth round in 2015, broke his ACL in a training camp last summer and Green Bay Packers missed the entire season but must be ready for the start of the season 2019.
He was provoked to start from the inside of the linebacker together with Blake Martinez, while Packers have never found a permanent replacement for him last season Adam Teichher and Rob Demovski from ESPN have contributed to this report.