First the bad news:
Other cuts include defensive tackle Cornell Banks, center Ryan Bartholomew, offensive tackle Brady Bond, wide receivers Rodney Bradley and Terrell Zachery, linebacker Anthony Leon and tight end Jonathan StuparBest of luck to Bradley. Maybe he'll get signed by another team, like Jake Ingram just did.
The Jacksonville Jaguars signed veteran long snapper Jake Ingram, the club announced today. The Jaguars’ roster stands at 85 players. Teams must reduce their rosters to a maximum of 80 players by 4:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, August 30.And Greg Salas talks about the waiting game.
"You can't think about that right now," said Salas, from Hawaii. "All you can think about is doing the best you can do when your number's called."
Salas, meanwhile, was impressive early in camp, working with the starting unit because both Danny Amendola and Mike Sims-Walker, as veterans who had signed new contracts, couldn't practice by league rule until Aug. 4. Quarterback Sam Bradford seemed to develop a quick chemistry with Salas.Salas had 2 catches for 17 yards in yesterday's preseason game vs the Chiefs.
But Salas then suffered a hamstring injury, missing more than a week of camp including the exhibition opener against the Colts. He had tweaked the same hamstring during Rams players-only workouts held in June in the Phoenix area.