The Jaguars will welcome a visits from three players around the league.
The most notable name, according to the Florida Times-Union, is cornerback Walter Thurmond, who played the previous four seasons with the Seahawks. He received additional playing time during Seattle's Super Bowl campaign when Brandon Browner was suspended.
Thurmond has experience with Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley, as Bradley was Seattle's defensive coordinator before taking the Jacksonville job.
The Jaguars are also getting visits from defensive end Willie Young (Lions) and linebacker Dekoda Watson (Buccaneers).
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