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Jaguars signed DE Chris Clemons, formerly of the Seahawks, to a four-year contract.

Jacksonville will field an all-ex-Seahawk defensive end pairing of LE Red Bryant and RE Clemons in 2014. Clemons is a "Leo" outside pass rusher, a defensive end-outside linebacker hybrid position in the Gus Bradley/Pete Carroll defense. He shouldn't be relied upon for more than 60 percent or so of the Jaguars' defensive snaps going on age 33, but still has some juice left in the tank. Clemons posted 4.5 sacks as an 11-game starter last year, and received positive pass-rush grades from Pro Football Focus. He figures to share time with Andre Branch on the edge.

Chris Clemons DL JAC 6 Months

NFL Network's Albert Breer reports that "if everything goes to plan," the Jaguars will sign DE Chris Clemons to a "multi-year" contract.

After being released by Seattle earlier Wednesday, Clemons is on his way to Jacksonville to visit his old coach Gus Bradley. The two sides should have no issues hammering out a deal, as long as Clemons' knee checks out. Bradley is the big draw for the Jaguars. Clemons has 38 sacks the past four seasons.

Chris Clemons DL JAC 6 Months

Free agent DE Chris Clemons will visit the Jaguars.

Per NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, there's "lots of mutual interest there." Clemons played for Jaguars coach Gus Bradley in Seattle, and would keep the 'Hawks-to-Jags pipeline going steady. Clemons turns 33 in October, but still has some pass-rushing juice left in the tank.

Chris Clemons DL JAC 6 Months

Seahawks released DE Chris Clemons.

The move frees up more than $7 million in cap space. Clemons made a successful 2013 return from his 2012 ACL tear, recording 4.5 sacks and a forced fumble across 14 games (11 starts). He "started" over both Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril, who will now be leaned upon for more snaps. Clemons is entering his age-33 season, but could still help a team in a pass-rusher rotation. He'll inevitably be linked to ex-Seattle DC Gus Bradley in Jacksonville.

Chris Clemons DL JAC 6 Months

The Florida Times Union would expect the Jaguars to express interest in DE Chris Clemons if he's released by the Seahawks.

Clemons is scheduled to count $9.6 million against the cap in Seattle, and "many think" he'll be released. The 32-year-old recorded just 4.5 sacks last season as he battled his way back from a torn ACL. He racked up 33.5 sacks the previous three seasons. The Jaguars need pass rushers and are expected to release DE Jason Babin. Clemons played for coach Gus Bradley in Seattle.

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Seahawks DE Chris Clemons is scheduled to count $9.6 million against the 2014 salary cap.

According to the Seattle Times, "many think" it's almost a certainty that Clemons won't be back. He'll turn 33 in October and never got right following the ACL tear he sustained in January of 2013. The Seahawks need to keep money free so they can re-sign fellow defensive end Michael Bennett.

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Seahawks RE Chris Clemons is in danger of missing Week 7 due to a hyperextended elbow.

X-rays were negative -- meaning Clemons doesn't have a long-term injury -- but coach Pete Carroll acknowledged "coming back for next week might be hard." Clemons has been a sub-package player behind Cliff Avril since returning from last year's knee injury. He has two sacks through four appearances.

Chris Clemons DL JAC 11 Months

Coach Pete Carroll confirmed DE Chris Clemons (knee) will make his season debut Sunday versus Jacksonville.

Seattle's pass rush is going to be absolutely vicious as long as they keep all of their guys healthy. They're also getting Bruce Irvin back in Week 5.

Chris Clemons DL JAC 12 Months

Seahawks DE Chris Clemons (knee) is not expected to play in Week 2.

Clemons fully participated in practice for a second straight day Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday night against the 49ers. "We're just thrilled," coach Pete Carroll said. "Wednesday was the first day, and you could kind of see him knocking off the rust. Friday he was good. So he's going to have a real chance in the next couple weeks to get back and play for us."

Chris Clemons DL JAC 12 Months

Chris Clemons (ACL) is listed as the starting right end on Seattle's Week 2 depth chart.

Coach Pete Carroll was noncommittal on Clemon's status Monday, while an injured Cliff Avril was listed on last week's depth chart only not to play, but it's still a step in the right direction. If Clemons gets in a full practice on Wednesday, he'll be in line to return against the 49ers.