The Jaguars have had a busy couple of days adding free agents and seeing some of their own depart.
The latest signings for the Jaguars are defensive back Don Carey (first reported by the Associated Press) and tight end Niles Paul (first reported by Ryan O'Halloran). Both players should have an impact on special teams.
3:36 pm update: Neither player's contract details have been released.
Carey, who is now 31, spent the last seven seasons in Detriot, but called Duval his home during his first season in the NFL. Carey started 10 games for the Jaguars in 2010. Since then he's started just 12 games, all of which came prior to 2015. But Carey is expected to be a presence on special teams and his signing could mean the end of Peyton Thompson's run as a Jaguar.
Niles Paul is an interesting add. At 28 years old Paul has had some production in the NFL for the Redskins as a pass catching tight end. He will likely compete to be the Jaguars top pass catcher at the tight end position. But his most important role with the Jags may be special teams, where has has seen a significant amount of action over the last several years with the Redskins.
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