The Jacksonville Jaguars released three players on Monday.
The team let go of veteran quarterback Todd Bouman, who was in his sixth stint with the Jaguars in the past four years, as well as linebacker Gerris Wilkerson, and FIU wide receiver Greg Ellingson. This puts the team’s roster to 82.
Expect for two more cuts to occur by Tuesday, as the Jaguars must get down to a minimum of 80 by 4 p.m., according to Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union.
Ganguli expects for the two additional cuts to also be at wide receiver and linebacker, as Jacksonville has eight players at each position.
Undrafted free agent receivers Jamar Newsome, Dontrelle Inman and Armon Binns might face the chopping block, as could rookie ‘backers Scott Lutrus and Mike Lockley, and second-year vet Jacob Cutrera, who had a touchdown in last week’s game versus the Buffalo Bills.