The Jacksonville Jaguars have began cutting their roster from 90 players to get down to 75 players by Monday and began with release eight players on Saturday. The team announced the first wave of cuts via a press release:
Waived today were seventh-year cornerback Ashton Youboty, two second-year players in wide receiver Chastin West and quarterback Nathan Enderle, three first-year players in linebacker Nate Bussey, running back DuJuan Harris and cornerback Mike Holmes, and two rookies in offensive tackle Dan Hoch and linebacker Donovan Richard.
The most notable name was DuJuan Harris, who we found out was released earlier in the day. Harris was going to have a hard time cracking the lineup with the sudden surge of depth at the running back position, even without Maurice Jones-Drew in training camp for the preseason.
The other notables were Youboty, who had missed quite a bit of practice with an injury and Chastin West, who struggled to come from the bottom of the depth chart at wide receiver.