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Jurevicius Signs With Seahawks

Associated Press
Saturday, March 26, 2005; Page D04

The Seattle Seahawks signed free agent wide receiver Joe Jurevicius, a one-time starter who was injured most of the past two seasons, to a one-year contract yesterday.

Jurevicius was released by the Buccaneers on March 1, ending his three-year tenure with the team. He missed 17 games over the last two seasons because of knee and back injuries. Last season, he caught 27 passes for 333 yards and two touchdowns.

The Seattle Seahawks signed free agent wide receiver Joe Jurevicius, a one-time starter who was injured most of the past two seasons, to a one-year contract. (Steve Nesius - AP)

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Minor Stays With Miami

Running back Travis Minor signed a one-year contract with the Miami Dolphins.

Minor played in 11 games, starting four, for the Dolphins last season. He had 110 carries for 395 yards and three touchdowns.

Minor, who was the Dolphins' third-round draft pick in 2001, has 1,049 yards and eight touchdowns in 59 career games, mainly as a backup.

The team did not release terms of the deal.

Peterson Stays With 49ers

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Julian Peterson (Crossland High) signed the one-year, $5.95 million contract he was guaranteed after being designated as the team's franchise player last month.

Peterson, a Pro Bowl selection in 2002 and 2003, said he will join his teammates for next week's minicamp but won't participate in on-field drills.

He missed the final 11 games last season because of a ruptured left Achilles' tendon, but said he plans to be ready for the start of training camp in July.


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