The Jaguars had a busy weekend, hosting their rookie minicamp and subsequently making ten roster moves.
The Jaguars waived CB Marquez Sanford, TE Carson Meier, and WR Papi White. The team also waived/injured DB Cody Brown and DT Roderick Young, which means if they go through waivers unsigned they'll revert to the Jaguars reserved/injured list.
In doing so, Jacksonville made room on their roster for CB Jocquez Kalili, OL Jordan Agasiva, S Josh Moon, TE Michael Colubiale, and TE Charles Jones.
It should come as no surprise that the Jaguars are doing their best work to solidify their tight end group, the least proven unit on the team. Michael Colubiale played his college ball at UCF so many college football fans in the area will recognize his name. Charles Jones played for Tulane in college where he excelled as a blocker, while also contributing a bit as a receiving threat. Carson Meier out of Oklahoma was expected by many to compete for a roster spot later in the summer. He'll likely have to do so elsewhere now.
Jordan Asaviga started 24 games at right guard for Utah and was named first-team all Pac-12 in 2018.
Jocquez Kalili weighs in at just 185 pounds, so he'll face an uphill battle in the NFL. But at 5'11'', his length should serve him well as he fights to make the Jaguars roster this summer. He played at UNLV in college, where he recorded just one interception with five passes defended.
Josh Moon had a prolific college career at Georgia State, where he led the team in tackles in 2018. He totaled 11 passes defended, five interceptions, and two forced fumbles in his college career. He'll fight to make the team as the last safety.
At this point, it's unlikely that any of these players will make the Jaguars final 53 man roster, but for them, it's another chance to realize their dream.
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