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August 31, 2007

David Garrard: the new QB that will hand off to Jags RB’s repeatedly.

Filed under: Agencies, Sports, Sports Agent — Tags: , , — emmettjones @ 5:28 pm

In a move that is sort of surprising, although isn’t really that surprising, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reporting that David Garrard has finally been named the starting QB of the Jacksonville Jaguars for the 2007 season. Garrard will replace the oft-maligned Byron Leftwich, who has missed 15 games in the last two season. Leftwich, who was in the last season of his contract, was set to make around $5 million this season.

Leftwich is represented by super, super, super agent Tom Condon who heads the football division of Creative Artists Agency (Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, feel free to click this link and run with it.)

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any information on David Garrard’s agent. But, I do know that he is under contract until 2008. He signed a 3 year extension worth $5.25 million in 2005.

ESPN: Garrard to be starting QB; Jags to trade or release Leftwich

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3 Comments »

  1. […] quarter back who’s gritty, tough, and could fit pretty well in Baltimore’s system…Ah yes, Byron Leftwich!  But, they probably won’t sign Leftwich now, since they’ve re-signed Boller.  […]

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  2. […] 2007 · No Comments Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that the Falcons are in talks with former Jags QB Byron Leftwich, about potentially bringing him to the team to….be the third string QB.  I understand that […]

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  3. […] Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that the Falcons are in talks with former Jags QB Byron Leftwich, about potentially bringing him to the team to….be the third string QB. I understand that […]

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