Lee Evans Signs With Jaguars

Lee Evans

The Jacksonville Jaguars signed WR Lee Evans to a one-year contract Sunday, according to Adam Schefter via Twitter.

The Jaguars have quietly improved their wide receiving core this offseason and are taking the right steps in helping out their young QB.

Lee Evans joins former Dallas Cowboy WR Laurent Robinson to play along side Mike Thomas. The three receivers will give Blaine Gabbart improved options in 2012. Lee Evans is at the crossroads of his career, his season in Jacksonville will either be a new beginning or a push to call it quits.

Fantasy Factor: Many fantasy owners will not give Evans the time of day when scouting for late round fantasy sleepers. Yet, if history has taught us anything, its that the NFL is full of veteran WR comebacks. Players like Randy Moss, Brandon Lloyd and even Jabari Gaffney have all had great seasons when you thought the best we’re behind them. Keep an open mind.

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Mike is the founding member at Gridiron Experts with over 1000+ articles credited to his name. With over 20 years of fantasy experience, Mike has a very unique style when picking sleepers and gems. He has always had a outside the box look on the NFL and rarely gets sucked into the hype over players or buzzing offenses. Mike looks at the game as a whole and doesn't focus solely on individual stats. Football is not Baseball, and you need to factor in more when researching players to draft. Mike has one year old son and is expecting a daughter in late July (2015).

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