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Wilford and Williamson among those cut by the Jags

The National Football Post reports on the 21 players cut by the Jags in order to get to the league limit of 53:

The Jacksonville Jaguars cut 21 players and placed rookie linebacker Kyle Bosworth on injured reserve. The Jaguars cut a dozen veterans: safety Gerald Alexander, linebacker Alvin Bowen, defensive tackle Atiyyah Ellison, guard Kynan Forney, linebacker Tony Gilbert, linebacker Teddy Lehman, defensive lineman Jeremy Navarre, running back Kolby Smith, cornerback Scott Starks, tight end Ernest Wilford, wide receive Troy Williamson and linebacker Rod Wilson.

They also waived a trio of first-year players: defensive lineman Walter Curry, wide receiver Clarence Denmark and wide receiver John Matthews. They cut six rookies: offensive tackle Daniel Baldridge, tight end Mike Caussin, quarterback Trevor Harris, running back Chad Kackert, defensive tackle Ko Quaye and center Bradley Vierling

All 15 of the Jaguars’ draft picks from the last two years are on the current roster, and three undrafted rookies made the cut to 53 players: linebacker Jacob Cutrera, offensive tackle Kevin Haslam and defensive end Aaron Morgan.

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