- Paul Kuharsky, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Jaguars got to work on their secondary on day one of free agency, agreeing to deals with Philadelphia free agent safety Sean Considine and their own free agent corner Scott Starks. Considine is a cheaper alternative to Gerald Sensabaugh, who Jacksonville will not pursue.
ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton says Considine got a two-year deal worth $3 million. Starks, who suffered a torn ACL early last season, got two years at roughly $2.6 million. He could start opposite Rashean Mathis, but should at the very least be the nickelback.