I have done it before and it seams to work good. I'm sure your going to cure them first. After that, lay them out on a piece of wax paper and freeze them hard. Take them out, vacum pack them, then put them back in the freezer. I like to do it that way because depending on how good your packer is it can pop some of your eggs.
I like the jars too. But for bank trips i like vac seal bags too. I usually put the cured eggs in the vac bag and push to the bottom of the bag and try and eliminate air pockets. Then freeze hard and then vac seal.
I vacuum seal all my eggs until I am ready to use them. The foodsaver w/jar sealer is great for everything and should be a must have appliance.
If you freeze eggs frozen first make sure you have egg juice to pour over them before sealing. They can still be freezer burned if dried and then put in the jar and then sealed/frozen. Sometimes I will just seal and freeze. If some eggs pop well then there is that more juice that hits the water. Amerman's tips