The Jaguars made a couple roster moves on Saturday as they waived journeyman return man Chad Hall and placed fullback Bradie Ewing on the waived/injured list.
To replace Ewing the team signed former Chicago Bears draft pick Harvey Unga. Unga hasn't played in a regular season game but spent parts of 2012 and 2013 on the Bears practice squad.
Unga was a Provo, Utah legend as he went to high school there before attending BYU and becoming the school's all-time rushing leader with 3,455 yards on 696 carries in 41 games.
The Jaguars also signed undrafted rookie offensive tackle Cody Booth, who was signed by Chicago and subsequently waived on August 1st. Booth starred at Temple and started 26 games over four years after beginning his career as a walk-on.
With Austin Pasztor injuring himself in the second preseason game, Booth is expected to get some work.
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