Jaguars zeroing in on Bears free agent target AJ Bouye

Posted March 11, 2017

The Jaguars did get to see him up close and person during his development stage, but at the same team a decent portion of the Jags regime is new. Prior to the 2016 season, the Texans tried to lock up Bouye on an extension when he was a restricted free agent previous year but Bouye's camp rebuffed the offer.

Bouye, whether he signs with the Texans or elsewhere, will be one of the first free agency signings when the clock strikes 3 PM.

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Bouye broke out in 2016 after showing promising signs as a part-time player.

Bouye deflected a career-high 16 passes last season and emerged as one of the league's best corners, helping the Texans finish sixth in opponent-adjusted Defensive Passing Net Expected Points allowed per play. Bouye will be getting $26 million fully guaranteed and $13 million per year, according to Michael Wright. 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.

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The feeling here is the Eagles aren't serious contenders to sign Bouye. After a big 2016, Bouye's value skyrocketed.

Cornerback A.J. Bouye is expected to leave the Texans and sign elsewhere after National Football League free agency begins Thursday, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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