The Jacksonville Jaguars signed the most notable tight end on the market last off-season in Julius Thomas to a five-year $24 million guaranteed deal, making an average of $9.2 million per year over the five-year deal.

Thomas wasn’t able to be a factor for the Jaguars for a few weeks due to a broken finger, but in week six he finally was able to get on the field for the Jaguars and record his first touchdown with them on a 29-yard strike from Blake Bortles.

Thomas, who had 2 catches for 20 yards and no touchdowns of course entering the game, now has 7 catches for 98 yards and a touchdown on the year.

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