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Posluszny Agrees to Deal with Jacksonville

After 397 tackles and four seasons in Buffalo, Penn State legend Paul Posluszny has decided to move on. Late Tuesday night, Paul agreed in principle to sign a six-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

“Poz” enters a good situation in Jacksonville. The 27-year-old Penn State alum will attempt to repair the league’s 5th worst defense. Expect him to start at middle linebacker and quarterback the defense under Jack Del Rio.

Paul Posluszny is considered to be one of Penn State’s all-time great linebackers. He registered 372 tackles in four seasons at Penn State. As a junior and senior, “Poz” was named First Team All-American and took home the Chuck Bednarik Award following both seasons.

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