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The Jacksonville Jaguars found value at a need position in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft Saturday afternoon.

Jacksonville added former Texas wide receiver Collin Johnson to help young quarterback Gardner Minshew as he transitions into the role of a full-time starter following the trade of Nick Foles.

How did the 6-foot-6 Johnson react to heading to Duval and becoming teammates with Minshew? We’re glad you asked.

It’s almost as if Minshaw and his mustache are as popular as certain 1970s male film actors. But I digress.

A late-round pick out of Washington State last season, Minshew has become a fan favorite in Jacksonville. His on-field play led to a ton of excitement.

The quarterback’s looks and antics off the field has Minshew on the verge of becoming an icon in Florida.

Johnson apparently knows this full well.

Vincent Frank
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