Jaguars, Evan Engram agree to 3-year deal: What this means for Jacksonville

Jaguars, Evan Engram agree to 3-year deal: What this means for Jacksonville

The Jaguars and tight end Evan Engram have agreed to a three-year deal ahead of Monday’s franchise tag deadline, his agent Mike McCartney tweeted Sunday. Here’s what you need to know:

The deal is worth $41.25 million and includes $24 million guaranteed, per multiple reports.
After five seasons with the Giants, Engram, who turns 29 in September, signed a one-year deal with the Jags last offseason and thrived in Jacksonville in 2022.
He is coming off a career year in terms of receptions, hauling in 73 passes on 98 targets for 766 yards and four touchdowns.

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