JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars have been awarded seven players off waivers, a clear indication of the rebuilding team's depth.
The Jaguars picked up receiver Stephen Burton (Minnesota), defensive back Winston Guy (Seattle), tight end Clay Harbor (Philadelphia), guard Jacques McClendon (Atlanta), linebacker Chris McCoy (Philadelphia), linebacker J.T. Thomas (Chicago) and tight end D.J. Williams (Green Bay) on Sunday.
The team did not immediately announce the seven players cut — guys who seemingly made the 53-man roster Friday.
General manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley said repeatedly they plan to continually adjust the bottom part of the roster, hoping to find a few players who would fit Jacksonville's scheme or maybe turn things around with a change of scenery.
This is just the latest of several waves of change.