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Jags Tell Stroud’s Agent He’s on the Trading Block

It looks as if the Jags want to go in a different direction on their D-line, as ESPN is reporting that big man Marcus Stroud is being put on the market for teams that may want to deal for him.  Stroud’s agent Drew Rosenhaus, spoke out on ESPN’s “First Take”, and stated that he was told by the Jaguars Thursday that Stroud could be moved to another team this offseason.

Stroud came back from microfracture ankle surgery to play last year, and the 29-year-old DT has been with the Jaguars for the past seven seasons. He and John Henderson have made a lot of offenses miserable with their play on the Jags D-line.
In 2005, Stroud signed a five-year, $29.353 million contract that lasts through 2010. He started nine games last season and had 22 tackles. He was the 13th pick in the 2001 draft and has been to three Pro Bowls for the Jaguars.  No word on if any teams have contacted the Jags about what it may take to land Stroud.

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