Jaguars agree to terms on two-year deal with WR Mohamed Massaquoi

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Former Browns receiver Mohamed Massaquoi agreed to terms with the Jaguars on Friday. (USATSI)

Former Cleveland Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi has agreed to terms with the Jaguars, the team confirmed on Friday. According to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, the deal is for two years. 

Massaquoi, a second round pick of the Browns in 2009, caught 118 passes for 1,745 yards and seven touchdowns in his four seasons with the Browns. Massaquoi put up steady numbers in Cleveland, despite the fact that he was catching passes from a new quarterback seemingly every week.

During his four years in Cleveland, Massaquoi caught passes from six different quarterbacks, including: Brandon Weeden, Colt McCoy, Brady Quinn, Derek Anderson, Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace. 

The quarterback situation in Jacksonville isn't much more clear-cut than the one Massaquoi is leaving in Cleveland. Chad Henne and Blaine Gabbert are expected to compete for the starting job, although Jags general manager David Caldwell has hinted that the team will add at least one more quarterback to the competition. 

As for Massaquoi, the Jaguars will be keeping their fingers crossed that he can stay healthy. After only missing three games through his first three seasons, Massaquoi missed seven games last season due to a knee injury and a lingering hamstring injury. The injuries limited Massaquoi to only 17 catches in 2012, marking the first time in his career that he caught less than 30. 

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