Jaguars Make Roster Cuts Down to Mandatory 53

The Jacksonville Jaguars have reduced their active roster to 53 players, the club announced today. The Jaguars entered Saturday with 75 players on their active roster and previously announced today that fourth-year OL Luke Bowanko was traded to the Baltimore Ravens.

The Jaguars have released the following players: seventh-year LB Andrew Gachkar, fifth-year DE Malliciah Goodman and fourth-year LB Josh McNary.

The Jaguars have waived the following players: undrafted rookie RB Tim Cook, undrafted rookie DE Hunter Dimick, fourth-year CB Brian Dixon, second-year TE Alex Ellis, undrafted rookie WR Amba Etta-Tawo, undrafted rookie OL Avery Gennesy, first-year TE David Grinnage, second-year DB Tracy Howard, fourth-year CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, first-year OL Nila Kasitati, undrafted rookie DT Kevin Maurice, undrafted rookie DE Carroll Phillips, second-year OL Chris Reed and first-year DE Jonathan Woodard.

 

The Jaguars have waived/injured the following players: second-year CB Doran Grant, undrafted rookie S Jarrod Harper and second-year WR Shane Wynn. Grant, Harper and Wynn will revert to the team’s reserve/injured list if they clear waivers tomorrow.

Lastly, the Jaguars placed third-year WR Rashad Greene Sr. on the team’s reserve/injured list. Greene Sr. is not eligible for reserve/injured – designated for return.

The Jaguars now have 53 players on their active roster.

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