The Jaguars have an agreement in place with TE Julius Thomas.
The Denver Post expects the Jaguars to sign free agent Julius Thomas to a five-year contract worth "close" to $45 million.
A source tells the Denver Post free agent Julius Thomas is currently working out contract details with the Jaguars.
ESPN's Adam Caplan confirms that the Jaguars are the heavy favorites for free agent Julius Thomas, and that the Raiders are likely out of the bidding.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports Julius Thomas is expected to sign with the Jaguars, and the deal is "just about done."
Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports free agent Julius Thomas will become a "major priority" for the Jaguars when the signing period opens on Tuesday.
Profootballtalk's Mike Florio floats the Seahawks as a potential suitor for free agent Julius Thomas.
A source tells ESPN Falcons reporter Vaughn McClure that free agent TE Julius Thomas is unlikely to end up in Atlanta.
The Jaguars are expected to be among free agent Julius Thomas' most aggressive suitors.
The agent for free agent TE Julius Thomas said the Broncos and Thomas tried to work out a deal last summer, but it "didn't work."
According to the player rep for free agent Julius Thomas, Thomas' late-season ankle injury was later diagnosed as torn ligaments.
D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution expects the Falcons to target Julius Thomas in free agency.
The Broncos are not scheduled to speak with the player rep for free agent Julius Thomas at the NFL Combine, and the Denver Post reports "it is not promising" for Thomas' chances of re-signing.
Coach Gary Kubiak stated at the NFL Combine that the Broncos will do "everything we can" to retain free agents Julius and Demaryius Thomas.