NFL Free Agency 2012: Jaguars Add Three Players On Monday

The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Monday afternoon that the team has signed three new free agents, all first-year players that have bounced around the league's practice squads and offseason rosters. Defensive tackle David Howard, linebacker JoJo Dickson and kicker Sam Swank are the three players added by the Jags on Monday.

Howard played his college ball at Brown University. He was a seventh-round pick by the Titans in 2010, and also spent time with Seattle and Oakland. Dickson spent a week with the Jags at training camp in 2010. Swank has bounced between Cincinnati, the New York Giants and Philadelphia since entering the league in 2009.

Terms of their contracts are unknown at this time. All three figure to be camp bodies for the team with long odds to make the final 53-man roster in September.

For more news and analysis on the Jacksonville Jaguars, head on over to Big Cat Country. Still craving football in the off-season? Make sure to stop by the SB Nation NFL Hub Page for all the latest news from all 32 teams leading up to the NFL Draft, training camp, and beyond.

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