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Jaguars cut Cameron Bradfield, per report

The Jaguars have released Cameron Bradfield after a tough two weeks starting.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have released veteran offensive tackle Cameron Bradfield, according to a report by Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union.

Bradfield had been filling in for injured starting right tackle Austin Pasztor for the first two weeks of the 2014 season, but he struggled mightily in both pass protection and run blocking. Bradfield appeared to be a good fit for the Jaguars as a swing offensive lineman, but his play the last two weeks must have soured the Jaguars on his long term viability at that spot, so the team has made a move.

The Jaguars now have an open roster spot, but with the possibility of Pasztor making it back into the starting lineup this week it doesn't necessarily mean they'll call up an offensive lineman to replace Bradfield. More likely, they'll bring up a tight end to replace an injured Marcedes Lewis.