The Jaguars improved their secondary Monday, without making a signing at all.
The Jaguars announced they had activated cornerback Aaron Colvin to the 53-man roster, and waived cornerback Dwayne Gratz to clear the roster spot.
Colvin had served his four-game suspension for violating the league’s PED policy, acknowledging at the time it was a mistake that he took responsibility for.
He started 15 games for the Jaguars last year, but they added Jalen Ramsey in the draft and spent free agent money on Prince Amukamara. But Colvin’s ability to play the slot should help for a team still looking for answers.
Gratz was a former starter, but the third-round pick from Connecticut was gradually marginalized with every passing pick and signing.