The Jaguars have announced five roster moves on this last day of mandatory minicamp.
The Jaguars parted ways with cornerback Rashaad Reynolds, safety Craig Loston, and defensive end Quanterus Smith. Reynolds is a second year cornerback who had an incredibly small chance of making it through cuts later this summer, so the Jags cut him in order to give him a chance to catch on with another team. Loston is a name that Jaguars fans may be familiar with as he was a bit of a fan favorite for a small portion of last season when he was a helpful role player at safety. Smith is a fourth year defensive end, who like Rashaad Reynolds, was buried on the depth chart and will now have a change to sign with another team prior to training camp.
The Jaguars also added two players to the roster who were with the team on a tryout basis during minicamp. Punter Ryan Quigley is a familiar name who has experience punting in the NFL and will provide a bit of competition for the Jaguars starting punter Brad Nortman. Quigley has a decent track record with the Bears and Jets, but will almost certainly not make it with the Jaguars. The Jags also added Shane Wynn, a wide receiver from Indiana. Wynn stands only 5'6'' and weighs in at only 160 lbs. Despite his dominative nature he has big playmaking ability and seems to always find a way to get open, but his chances of making the team are incredibly slim.
None of these moves will have a major impact going forward, but they are worth noting. Stay tuned for more Jaguars offseason coverage!
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