Jags Looking to Lock Up Garrard Long-Term


The Jaguars after a successful season seem to think that David Garrard is their QB of the future, and the Florida Times-Union is reporting that the team is looking to reward him for a solid first year as their starter.  The team is looking at giving Garrard a contract extension this offseason, as his current contract is set to expire following the 2008 season.  Early word is that the deal Garrard could get may be between the likes of Matt Schaub of Houston, who got $48 million, and that of Tony Romo of the Cowboys, who locked up $67 million.  Garrard played well enough for the team to have confidence to give him a deal that should keep him with the team for up to six years.

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