JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Jaguars are bringing back wide receiver Marqise Lee.

The team reached a four-year deal with Lee on Tuesday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The report indicates Lee's contract is worth a max value of $38 million with $18 million in guaranteed money.

Lee joined the Jaguars as a second-round pick of the franchise in 2014. The USC alum has played 53 games (29 starts) for the Jaguars, producing 171 receptions for 2,166 receiving yards and eight touchdowns during his career.

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Lee was the de facto No. 1 wide receiver for the Jaguars last season. He led the team with 56 receptions, despite missing the final two games of the season.

Lee produced 702 receiving yards and three receiving touchdowns last year.

With Allen Robinson headed to Chicago, Lee will likely to take on the No. 1 role again this season.

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