Jacksonville Jaguars safety Jarrod Wilson has been “designated for return” from the team’s reserve/injured list, and the club has 21 days to activate him to the 53-man roster.
Wilson was originally put on the team’s reserve/injured list with a hamstring injury he sustained back in September.
#Jaguars safety Jarrod Wilson will be designated to return. His 21-day window to be activated begins now.— Demetrius Harvey (@Demetrius82) October 7, 2020
In 2020, NFL clubs are permitted to return an unlimited number of players from either the club’s Reserve/Injured List or from its Reserve/Non-Football Injury/Illness List to the club’s 53-player Active/Inactive List. Such players must have suffered a football-related injury after reporting to training camp and passing the club’s physical and must have been placed on the reserve list following 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, September 5.
To be eligible for return, a player cannot begin to practice until three weeks have elapsed since the date he was placed on a reserve list, and the player cannot return to the Active/Inactive List until three games have elapsed since the date he was placed on Reserve/Injured