The Jacksonville Jaguars were relatively quiet during the first day of free agency, but the team made sure to take care of at least one piece of business before the clock struck midnight.
According to Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times Union, the Jaguars have re-signed free agent safety Dwight Lowery to a four-year deal. Financial details of the agreement weren’t immediately made available.
Lowery spent the first three seasons of his career with the Jets, but started a career-high 11 games in 2011 during his first campaign with the Jaguars.
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