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Jaguars waive LB Clint Session

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The linebacker played in only nine games after signing a five-year, $30 million contract with the Jaguars.

Jeff Zelevansky

The Jaguars waived linebacker Clint Session from the physically unable to perform list on Tuesday, according to a report from Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union.

Session, 28, was a big free agency signing by the Jaguars in July 2011, but played in just nine games before concussions ended his season and moved him to the injured reserve. After making a slow recovery, Session suffered set backs and never returned to the practice field in 2012.

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If Session clears waivers, the veteran linebacker will revert to the injured reserve. However, the roster move likely means the end of his time with the Jaguars, just a year after he was signed to a five-year, $30 million contract.

In his time with the Jaguars, Session recorded 19 tackles and one forced fumble in seven starts. Prior to that, he accumulated 208 tackles with the Indianapolis Colts. O'Halloran also reported that the Jaguars released tight end Maurice Stovall and signed Will Ta'ufo'ou to the practice squad.