Jaguars sign Kerry Taylor, waive DJ Williams

Christian Petersen

The Jaguars have made their 200th roster move of the season, signing a wide receiver.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed wide receiver Kerry Taylor off the Arizona Cardinals practice squad, releasing tight end D.J. Williams, the team announced on Monday. The move marks their 200th roster transaction on the season, and clearly was a move in response to the Justin Blackmon suspension.

Kerry originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2011, signed by the Green Bay Packers, but was released in final cuts and the signed with the New England Patriots practice squad. He then bounced to the 49ers, Vikings, back to the Patriots, and then finally with the Arizona Cardinals.

Williams was claimed earlier in the year during the waive of final cuts, but didn't really get on the field much during his time with the Jaguars.

The team also released veteran safety Dwight Lowery from injured reserve and promoted tight end Danny Noble from the practice squad to the active roster. Wide receiver Justin Blackmon was also placed on the reserve/suspended list.

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