Slowly, but surely, the Jaguars continue to address the problem at the wide receiver position. According to a tweet from Adam Schefter, the Jacksonville Jaguars will sign former Bills and Ravens Wide Receiver Lee Evans to a one-year deal on Monday. As of right now, the details of the one-year deal are unknown.
Lee Evans was drafted 13th overall by the Buffalo Bills in 2004 out of Wisconsin, and spent last year with the Baltimore Ravens. For his career, Evans has 6,008 yards with 43 touchdowns. We all know that Jacksonville’s receiving group was atrocious last year, and while Evans isn't a top receiver in the league, any change is good at this point. This is a signing that most could see coming, as Evans made a visit to Jacksonville to meet with the team a few weeks ago.