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Jaguars sign three including veteran cornerback Tramaine Brock

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The Jaguars’ roster is back to 80 after several moves.

Arizona Cardinals v San Francisco 49ers Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

Yesterday, the Jacksonville Jaguars announced the signings of 11th-year cornerback Tramaine Brock, fifth-year defensive tackle Carl Davis and fifth-year defensive lineman Caraun Reid. In a corresponding move, the team waived rookie CB Kobe Williams.

Williams was signed shortly following the 2020 NFL Draft and was a priority-target for the team.

The Jaguars also placed third-year DT Brian Price (knee) and second-year DT Dontavius Russell (hip) on the team’s reserve/injured list.

Earlier this month, the Jaguars lost veteran CB Rashaan Melvin after he decided to opt out of the 2020 season due to concerns over the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and the health and safety of his family. The team signed Melvin to a one-year contract this offseason as an unrestricted free agent.

Brock, an 11th-year veteran, has played for multiple teams throughout his career since signing with the San Francisco 49ers in 2010. After spending seven years with the 49ers, Brock played for the Seattle Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings, Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals and the Tennessee Titans.

In his career, Brock has started 56 games, playing in 117, while tallying 262 tackles (228 solos), 55 pass breakups, 11 interceptions and one touchdown.

Reid, drafted by the Detroit Lions in the fifth round of the 2014 NFL Draft, has played for four teams in his career, including two stints with the Lions (2014-15, 2017). Reid has also played for the San Diego Chargers (2016), Dallas Cowboys (2018), and most recently the Dallas Cowboys (2019).

In his career, Reid, 6-foot-2, 292 pounds, has accumulated 50 tackles (35 solos), 11 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks.

The team’s final addition from yesterday, Davis played for the Jaguars last season and was re-signed before being released earlier in the offseason. He is currently slated to be suspended for the first four games of the season this year, a result of a violation of the league’s performance-enhancing substance policy.