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Jaguars worked out former Eagles safety Earl Wolff; Team worked out four others as well

Jaguars worked out former Eagles fifth round pick Earl Wolff yesterday

Jaguars worked out former Eagles fifth round pick Earl Wolff yesterday

The season is almost over but teams are still looking to land some talent. Yesterday the Jacksonville Jaguars worked out former Eagles draft pick Earl Wolff. According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Jaguars worked five players including former Eagles S Earl Wolff, RB Ray Agnew, LB Shayon Green, G Sean Hickey, and DB Josh Johnson.

Wolff played college football at North Carolina State. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft.

Fullback Ray Agnew played college football at Southern Illinois University. His father, Ray Agnew, played eleven seasons in the NFL and is currently an NFL scout for the Rams.

Sean Hickey was a big lineman at Syracuse, Josh Johnson was a former defensive back from the BC Lions and played college ball at Purdue, and Shayon Green played defensive end/linebacker at the University of Miami.

 

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