Jaguars Get Deeper at Wideout

Craphonso Thorpe (Getty Images)

The Jaguars added depth at special teams as well as the wide receiver position by adding former Indianapolis Colt, Craphonso Thorpe. Thorpe is a semi-local Florida State product who was originally drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth-round of the 2005 draft.

Thorpe played the 2007 with the Colts, and was active for five regular season games and caught 12 passes for 70 yards, including four first-downs and a touchdown. The 6'1", 187 lb. receiver also chipped in on punt and kick return duties, as he averaged a modest 5.0 yards per punt return, and a little better than 21 yards per kickoff return last season, including a long return of 40 yards.

The former FSU standout adds more speed to an already speedy receiving corps, and a possible kickoff return man which the team is looking for to give running back Maurice Jones-Drew a bit of a break as he will likely be implemented more in the Jaguars offense. If Thorpe is going to earn a roster spot, it will likely be with a special teams contribution. JagNation has a full scouting report coming shortly. Recommended Stories

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