The Jacksonville Jaguars are looking to sure up their special teams situation because of kicker Josh Scobee wanting a new contract. According to a tweet by Associated Press Jaguars reporter Mark Long, the Jaguars are planning to sign former Georgia kicker Brandon Coutu ahead of the team's OTAs.
Jaguars are planning to sign former Georgia PK Brandon Coutu for OTAs, so no contract for Josh Scobee— Mark Long (@APMarkLong) May 14, 2012
Scobee is still absent from the OTAs. The kicker was drafted in the fourth round by the Jaguars in the 2004 NFL Draft
Coutu has only played in the NFL in two non-consecutive seasons. One year for the Seattle Seahawks in 2008 and one year for the Buffalo Bills in 2011, where he played in week 17 against the New England Patriots. He also played for the UFL's Las Vegas Locomotives in 2011.
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