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Jaguars agree to terms with 18 undrafted free agents

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars agreed to terms with 18 undrafted free agents, including former Connecticut quarterback Tyler Lorenzen, on Sunday night.

Lorenzen will join the Jaguars as a tight end in next weekend's three-day minicamp.

The Jaguars drafted another college quarterback, Nebraska-Omaha's Zach Miller, in the sixth round Sunday and planned to have him play tight end. Miller accounted for 29 touchdowns last season and impressed the Jaguars after switching positions at the Division II all-star game.

Among the other free-agent signees are linebacker Russell Allen from San Diego State, fullback Kyle Bell from Colorado State, fullback Brock Bolen from Louisville and quarterback Nathan Brown from Central Arkansas.

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