Jaguars Close to a New Deal with TE Marcedes Lewis

Marcedes Lewis

ESPN reports that the Jags are close to a new deal for tight end Marcedes Lewis.

The former first-round pick, Lewis was the Jaguars’ top tight end for several years, earning a Pro Bowl nod in 2010 when he caught a career-high 58 passes and 10 touchdowns.

Last season with the team signing Julius Thomas, Lewis really started to become more of a blocking tight end. Last season he caught just 16 passes. He earned two million last season and another $400K in per-game roster bonuses.

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One Response to “Jaguars Close to a New Deal with TE Marcedes Lewis”

  1. Berdj Rassam says:

    Lewis is an average TE, many feel that his best days in the NFL are behind him.

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