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NFL Free Agency 2017: Jaguars closing in on AJ Bouye

11 March 2017, 12:45 | Simon Arnold

NFL Free Agency 2017: Jaguars closing in on AJ Bouye

A.J. Bouye

To the extent you were harboring any hope the Texans and A.J.

Now that we know that Bouye is signing with the Jaguars we would love to get your thoughts in the comments section below. Prior to the 2016 season, the Texans tried to lock up Bouye on an extension when he was a restricted free agent past year but Bouye's camp rebuffed the offer. If he continues playing at a high level, he'll be an asset for many years to come. It's expected to exceed the $12 million a year deal that the Texans were willing to pay him. While the 11 games starting were the most in a single season for him, Bouye did have some experience starting from his past seasons with the team.

The Jacksonville Jaguars might end up having one of the best cornerback tandems in the National Football League.

The Houston Texans reportedly are on the verge of losing a breakout star.

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A former undrafted free agent out of Central Florida, the 25-year-old Bouye recorded 62 tackles, 16 passes defended and one interception for Houston last season.

Unless the Eagles have another card up their sleeve, I don't see how the team will sign Bouye.

Young, talented and able to play strongly in man coverage, Bouye also possess the size needed to take on some of the NFL's bigger receivers.



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