• Jaguars sign veteran Chris Harris

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Oct 15, 2012
    Needing help at safety, the Jaguars signed veteran Chris Harris Monday. The same could happen with veteran safety Chris Harris. Harris, 30, brings 96 games of experience to the Jaguars’ secondary. Harris was out of the league after playing 11 games last year between stints in Chicago and Detroit. To make room for Harris on the roster, the Jags released cornerback Kevin Rutland. Prosinski has played 75 snaps for the Jaguars this year, mostly in six-defensive back packages. Rutland played 22 snaps in the fi...
    • Jaguars could start Harris for injured Lowery

      The Jaguars have willingly used Chris Prosinski as a third safety in some packages this year. But in need of a second starter with Dwight Lowery due to miss a few weeks with an ankle injury, they signed veteran Chris Harris to give themselves an additio…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Jags Come to Terms with Veteran Safety Chris Harris

      The Jaguars signed veteran Chris Harris today and waived cornerback Kevin Rutland, Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reports. Lowery is expected to miss 2-3 weeks after sustaining an ankle injury last week against Chicago. Harris has started 88

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