The Jaguars made a series of roster moves Monday, adding three new players to the active roster in the process, according to the NFL’s transactions.
The club went outside the organization for two players, signing wide receiver Kerry Taylor from the Cardinals’ practice squad and claiming linebacker Nate Stupar on waivers from the 49ers.
To fill the third roster spot, the Jaguars promoted tight end Danny Noble from their practice squad.
Taylor, 24, caught three passes for 20 yards in three games for Arizona this season. The 25-year-old Stupar notched five tackles for San Francisco in five games. Noble, 24, played in four games for Tampa Bay in 2012.
The Jaguars opened the roster spots by waiving tight end D.J. Williams and offensive tackle DeMarcus Love, per the NFL’s transactions. Also, the club announced that wide receiver Justin Blackmon had been added to the reserve/suspended list by the NFL. Blackmon’s suspension was disclosed Friday.
The Jaguars also released safety Dwight Lowery off injured reserve. PFT reported earlier Monday that the Jaguars would be parting ways with Lowery, who suffered a concussion earlier in the season.