The Jaguars made most of their moves to get to the 75-man limit Sunday, cutting 11 players, including cornerback Mike Harris. They’ll need to make four more by Tuesday.
Via Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, Harris had started 11 games the past two years for the Jaguars, but recent years have saw them upgrade the secondary.
Also waived were Harris, linebackers Josh Hull and Allen Bradford, centers Patrick Lewis and Antoine Caldwell, wide receivers Kenny Shaw and Ramses Barden, safety Joe Young, fullback Harvey Unga, defensive tackle David Carter (waived-injured) and long snapper Charley Hughlett.
Of the group, Harris was the only one on the Jaguars roster last year, and he leaves just five draft picks from former General Manager Gene Smith’s administration on the roster (and one of them is a punter).