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Harry Douglas - WR - Falcons

Jaguars.com believes free agent WR Harry Douglas would be a "logical target" for the Jags in free agency.

The assertion appears to be based solely on the fact that Douglas' old OC Mike Mularkey is now the head man in Jacksonville. With Douglas likely out of favor in Atlanta following another disappointing campaign and the Jags in need of a total overhaul at receiver, however, it would indeed be a logical fit. A 2008 third-round pick, Douglas has made just 84 career catches. He will not be a hot commodity on the open market.

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Source: Jaguars.com Jan 21 - 2:39 PM

Why would he go there. Lol mm never used him.

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Harry Douglas - WR - Falcons

Jaguars.com believes free agent WR Harry Douglas would be a "logical target" for the Jags in free agency.

The assertion appears to be based solely on the fact that Douglas' old OC Mike Mularkey is now the head man in Jacksonville. With Douglas likely out of favor in Atlanta following another disappointing campaign and the Jags in need of a total overhaul at receiver, however, it would indeed be a logical fit. A 2008 third-round pick, Douglas has made just 84 career catches. He will not be a hot commodity on the open market.

lol. it was mostly Mularkey's fault if he had a disappointing season. he can't draw up plays for himself

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Harry Douglas - WR - Falcons

Jaguars.com believes free agent WR Harry Douglas would be a "logical target" for the Jags in free agency.

The assertion appears to be based solely on the fact that Douglas' old OC Mike Mularkey is now the head man in Jacksonville. With Douglas likely out of favor in Atlanta following another disappointing campaign and the Jags in need of a total overhaul at receiver, however, it would indeed be a logical fit. A 2008 third-round pick, Douglas has made just 84 career catches. He will not be a hot commodity on the open market.

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Source: Jaguars.com Jan 21 - 2:39 PM

Why would he go there. Lol mm never used him.

who writes this ish?
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because there he would be the number 1 guy

Makes sense. But I don't think he would go mainly because they don't have an established QB. There is nothing Gabbert can do to boost HD's stats. If he was to walk, I would rather see him go to a team that will give him the best chance to succeed

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He sounds like the perfect fit for our new offense. It would be a tad disappointing to see him go before we have a chance to see what could come of this season. That being said, if someone is willing to pay him on potential... then he's probably going to go. As an NFL player, your window to cash in is only so big, and if a team like Jax is going to throw money at him, then congrats to him as he's always been one of my fave guys.

Hope he stays.

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Harry Douglas - WR - Falcons

Jaguars.com believes free agent WR Harry Douglas would be a "logical target" for the Jags in free agency.

The assertion appears to be based solely on the fact that Douglas' old OC Mike Mularkey is now the head man in Jacksonville. With Douglas likely out of favor in Atlanta following another disappointing campaign and the Jags in need of a total overhaul at receiver, however, it would indeed be a logical fit. A 2008 third-round pick, Douglas has made just 84 career catches. He will not be a hot commodity on the open market.

Related: Jaguars

Source: Jaguars.com Jan 21 - 2:39 PM

Why would he go there. Lol mm never used him.

Mularkey misused him on purpose. So now he will take over the NFL.

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