• Jaguars busy on the waiver wire

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 1, 2013
    That should give Guy a leg up when it comes to picking up the defense in Jacksonville. Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell had promised that the team would be aggressive when it came to working the waiver wire and trying to improve the bottom part of the roster. He wasn’t kidding. There aren’t many benefits to finishing 2-14, but one of them is prime position when it comes to waiver claims and the Jaguars are using theirs to pluck players trashed by other teams in hopes of finding treasures for themselves. The Jaguars also added safety Winston Guy, via Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, who played for Jags coach Gus Bradley when Bradley was the defensive coordinator in Seattle. The 2011 fifth-round pick has nine career catches, but has flashed pass-catching potential that could blossom if he gets more opportunities in Jacksonville than he got in Green Bay.
  • Jaguars add seven; will keep looking

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell had promised that the team would be aggressive when it came to working the waiver wire and trying to improve the bottom part of the roster. He wasn’t kidding. The Jaguars were awarded seven pla…
    Source: ESPN.com

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