Found December 27, 2011 on
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced three roster moves on Tuesday, signing veteran free agent cornerback Trumaine McBride and promoting defensive end Jammie Kirlew from the practice squad. The Jaguars had one open roster spot after placing defensive end Matt Roth and cornerback Ashton Youboty on injured reserve on Monday. One of those spots was filled with the promotion of offensive lineman Daniel Baldridge from the practice squad. A 2007 seventh-round pick out of Mississippi by the Chicago Bears, McBride has 68 tackles and one interception in 47 career games with the Bears (2007-09) and Arizona Cardinals, where he spent 2010 before going to training camp this past August with the New Orleans Saints. Source: Mac's Football Blog
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The Jaguars have placed 29-year old DE Matt Roth (concussion) and 27-year old CB Ashton Youboty (hamstring) on the Injured Reserve List, ending their seasons. Roth played in 9 games for the Jaguars this year and he had 24 tackles, 3 tackles for a loss, 3.5 sacks and 1 fumble recovery. Youboty played in 6 games for the Jaguars this year and he had 25 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss...
The Jacksonville Jaguars placed defensive end Matt Roth and cornerback Ashton Youboty on injured reserve Monday.
Roth has been sidelined with a concussion, while Youboty is nursing an ailing hamstring.
The Jaguars have been decimated by injuries, sending 31 players to IR.
The team promoted offensive tackle Daniel Baldridge to the active roster.
Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew wonders how much of the NFLs efforts to prevent or properly treat concussions have to do with lawsuits brought by former players against the league and its teams. The NFLs leading rusher spoke out about the issue again Wednesday, nearly a week after telling The Associated Press he would hide a possible head injury so he could stay in a...
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Aaron Kampman is on crutches again after having surgery on his right knee for the second time in two years.
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew wonders how much the NFL's efforts to prevent or properly treat concussions have to do with lawsuits brought by former players against the league and its teams.