CFL QB Nathan Rourke says he’s agreed to sign with the Jaguars

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The Jaguars haven’t finished this season, but they’re already starting to make some plans for the 2023 season.

CFL quarterback Nathan Rourke announced on Sunday that he has agreed to sign a contract with the Jaguars. Rourke visited with several teams in recent weeks before settling on a deal with the Jaguars.

Rourke was born in British Columbia and played college football at Ohio before going to play for the B.C. Lions for the last two seasons. He was 255-of-324 for 3,349 yards, 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 2022 and he was named the league’s Most Outstanding Canadian player.

The Jaguars currently have C.J. Beathard behind Trevor Lawrence at quarterback. Rourke will presumably try to push his way into the No. 2 job this offseason.

3 responses to “CFL QB Nathan Rourke says he’s agreed to sign with the Jaguars

  1. You had a helluva season up here Rourke, good luck to you back on the states side. I made more then you did as an average Joe, you got the skills to make more then 60k a year playing QB

  2. From a CFL fan here in Canada, Good luck Nathan. You cashed in your lottery ticket and hopefully it will lead to a starting job someday.

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