Few Surprises In First Wave of Jaguars Cuts

With Tuesday's 75-man cutdown looming, the Jaguars acted early and waived or released 11 players.

The Jaguars pruned their roster and there were few surprises in the first wave of cuts. The biggest surprise was likely the waiving of former Gene Smith draft pick Mike Harris, a third-year pro from Florida State.

Other players let go were wide receiver Ramses Barden, linebacker Allen Bradford, guard/center Antoine Caldwell, linebacker Josh Hull, running back Harvey Unga, safety Joe Young, center Patrick Lewis, wide receiver Kenny Shaw, long snapper Charley Hughlett, as well as veteran David Carter who was waived/injured.

The Jaguars have just eight draft picks remaining from the previous regime, one of which includes Justin Blackmon who is suspended indefinitely.

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