Jaguars Free Agency 2012: Kicker Josh Scobee Signs A 4-Year Deal Worth $3.45 Million Per Year

One of the two biggest names that were holding out for the Jacksonville Jaguars finally signed on Monday. Kicker Josh Scobee signed a four-year deal with the Jaguars worth $3.45 million per year, according to a tweet by Florida Times-Union Jaguars beat writer, Tania Ganguli.

Scobee's deal now puts him as the third-highest paid kicker in the NFL behind Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski and Cleveland Browns kicker Phil Dawson.

Now the Jaguars only have to worry about putting a deal together for running back Maurice Jones-Drew and then all the players that they need to have ready for the 2012 season will be under contract.

For more on the Jacksonville Jaguars visit the Jaguars blog Big Cat Country. Still not enough football for you? Then make sure to check out the SB Nation NFL Hub Page for all the latest news from all 32 teams during the offseason.

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