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National Football League
      === Jaguars agree to terms with four players, including Forsett ===
 Jacksonville,  FL (Sports  Network) - The Jacksonville Jaguars agreed to terms
 with   running   back  Justin   Forsett,  defensive   tackle  Roy  Miller,
 defensive back Alan Ball, and cornerback Antwaun Molden on Friday.
 Forsett, 27, played in all 16 games last season with the Texans, recording 374
 yards and one touchdown. He also had three receptions for 38 yards.
 Over  six seasons  with Indianapolis  (2008), Seattle  (2008-11) and  Houston,
 Forsett  has tallied 1,661 rushing yards and eight touchdowns. He also has 100
 receptions for 768 yards and one touchdown.
 The  California product  will reunite with head coach Gus Bradley, who was the
 Seahawks defensive coordinator during Forsett's tenure with the team.
 Miller,  25, has spent the past four seasons with the Buccaneers. Last season,
 he  had  24 tackles  and one  pass defensed over  15 games.  Over in 62 career
 games, Miller has 140 tackles, three sacks and two passes defensed.
 Ball,  27, posted 21  tackles and three passes defensed over 11 games with the
 Texans  last  year. In six  seasons with Dallas  (2007-11) and Houston, he has
 posted  108  tackles, 17  passes defensed, three  interceptions and one forced
 Molden  played in three  games for the Jaguars in 2012 after signing as a free
 agent  on November 27.  He has played in 51 games with two starts since coming
 into the NFL as a third-round draft pick of Houston in 2008.
 03/15 21:17:50 ET