Coach Mike Mularkey explained that the Jaguars released Lee Evans Sunday because he can't play like he used to.
Jaguars released WR Lee Evans.
The Florida Times Union expects Lee Evans to compete with Cecil Shorts for the Jaguars' No. 4 wide receiver job.
According to Jaguars.com's John Oehser, Lee Evans looked in this week's minicamp like a player who can be "consistent, reliable, and productive" for the Jags this season.
Jaguars agreed to terms with WR Lee Evans one a one-year contract.
The Bills' official website does not expect Buffalo to pursue a reunion with free agent Lee Evans.
Coach Mike Mularkey confirms the Jaguars recently met with free agent Lee Evans, and says the sides are still talking.
The Jaguars reportedly have interest in free agent WRs Lee Evans and Legedu Naanee.
GM Ozzie Newsome says Lee Evans' Friday release "does not close the door" on him returning to the Ravens.
Ravens released WR Lee Evans.
The Buffalo News' Jay Skurski "can't envision a scenario" where Lee Evans returns to the Bills this offseason.
The Ravens reportedly plan to release WR Lee Evans and CB Domonique Foxworth.
According to the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens "remain on the lookout for at least one more explosive receiving threat."
Lee Evans has a salary-cap number of $5.61 million for 2012.