The Jacksonville Jaguars have moved linebacker Quincy Williams (core muscle injury) and safety Jarrod Wilson (hamstring) to the team’s 53-man roster from the reserve/injured-designated for return list.
The team also utilized a practice squad standard elevation spot on defensive lineman Caraun Reid.
Williams is in his second year after being drafted by the Jaguars in the third round (98th overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft. During his rookie campaign, Williams appeared in 11 games with eight starts and posted 48 tackles (30 solo), including two tackles for loss. Williams was placed on the reserve/injured list following final roster reductions earlier this year with a core muscle injury.
Wilson is in his fifth year with the team and was named a team captain earlier this season. He has appeared in 64 career games with 19 starts and has totaled 98 tackles, six passes defensed and two interceptions. Wilson started in the Jaguars’ Week 1 victory over Indianapolis and was placed on the reserve/injured list on Sept. 14 with a hamstring injury.
Reid has appeared in 47 career games with 16 starts and has totaled 50 tackles, including 11 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks. He previously spent time with the Arizona Cardinals (2019), Dallas Cowboys (2018), Detroit Lions (2014-15, 2017) and Los Angeles Charkers (2016) after originally being drafted by the Lions in the fifth round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
The Jaguars now have 53 players on their active roster.