Jaguars sign Kyle Sloter

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Quarterback Kyle Sloter has parlayed his USFL performance into another NFL opportunity.

The Jaguars have signed Sloter to the active roster. To create room for him, the Jags released quarterback EJ Perry.

Sloter played nine games for the New Orleans Breakers of the USFL. He completed 168 of 291 passes for 1,798 yards and nine touchdowns.

Sloter, 28, has bounced around the league since 2017. He has from time to time been on the rosters of the Broncos, Vikings, Cardinals, Lions, Bears, Raiders, and Vikings (again). He played college football at Southern Mississippi and Northern Colorado.

The other quarterbacks on the roster are Trevor Lawrence, C.J. Beathard, and Jake Luton.

4 responses to “Jaguars sign Kyle Sloter

  1. “Don’t sleep on Sloter”
    Absolutely hilarious. The guy is 28 and hasn’t taken one snap in a NFL regular season game. Been on 6 different teams.
    You must be a relative.

  2. There’s some Brett Favre to Sloter. He’s a good QB. Yeah, at practice he’s not the best, but on the field he WINS.

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