Jaguars release tight end Marcedes Lewis

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The Jaguars saved $7 million in salary-cap space by letting him go. However, many expected that Lewis would retain a roster spot as the Jaguars looked to make the playoffs in consecutive seasons for the first time in Lewis' career. He caught 64 passes for 1,031 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2015, making him one of only four receivers in franchise history to surpass 1,000 yards in a season.

The Jaguars also released veteran wide receiver Allen Hurns.

Hurns hits the market at the flawless time for the Colts as most teams have spent gobs of money on free agents, while the Indianapolis brass has sat back and made subtle moves - apart from the blockbuster trade with the New York Jets.

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Hurns told the station he was surprised he wasn't traded last season.

The tight end caught 24 passes for 318 yards and five touchdowns in 2017.

That offseason the Jaguars rewarded the former Miami Hurricane with a 4-year, $40 million contract extension.

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Both players are now free agents and can sign with any team that wants them.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have chose to cut ties with wide receiver Allen Hurns.

The 33 year-old faced competition for the starting role after Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Niles Paul were both brought in to bolster the depth chart earlier in the Free Agency period. He is third on the team's all-time receptions and receiving yardage list behind receivers Jimmy Smith and Keenan McCardell.

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The wide receiver was released by the Jaguars on Tuesday morning, but he's already received plenty of attention.

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