Jaguars add four players to 53-man roster

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In the kind of roster turnover you don’t often see in Week 13 of the NFL season, the Jaguars have signed four new players to their 53-man roster today.

The team has announced that free-agent cornerback Antwaun Molden and free-agent wide receiver Quan Cosby were both signed to the roster. Jacksonville also took running back Jordan Todman off Minnesota’s practice squad and wide receiver Toney Clemons off Pittsburgh’s practice squad.

Those four spots on the 53-man roster were available because running back Jalen Parmele (groin) and cornerback William Middleton (concussion) were placed on injured reserve, while wide receiver Micheal Spurlock and safety Chris Harris were released.

The Jaguars also picked up defensive end Ryan Davis for the practice squad.

3 responses to “Jaguars add four players to 53-man roster

  1. Now’s a great time for teams out of the playoffs to start pilfering other teams’ PS players for cheap and free auditions to try and get lucky in finding a keeper. No teams ever really make much of an effort to do that aggressively, because apparently it’s against some kind of code to play nice with your competitors.

    So instead all of these losing teams will keep the roster spots for their slew of guys that shouldn’t have been on the roster in the first place for some reason. Maybe to not highlight the fact that they made player personnel mistakes so they can try and maintain credibility at deserving to keep their jobs.

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