The Jacksonville Jaguars announced today that wide receiver Taylor Price will miss the remainder of the Jaguars offseason after suffering a stress fracture in his foot on Wednesday morning.
Jaguars WR Taylor Price sustained a stress fracture in his left foot Wed a.m. Mike Mularkey said he likely will miss rest of off-season.— John Oehser (@JohnOehser) April 18, 2012
Price was originally drafted by the New England Patriots in the third round of the 2010 NFL Draft and played just four games for the Patriots in two seasons, catching a total of three catches. Price was claimed by the Jaguars during the 2011 season, playing just two games and catching two passes.
Price was a bubble player going into the offseason, so suffering a foot injury as a wide receiver and missing the entire offseason certainly won't help him.
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