Jaguars released WR Troy Williamson, TE Ernest Wilford, LB Alvin Bowen, LB Teddy Lehman, and OG Kynan Forney.
If the Jaguars keep five receivers, as expected, Troy Williamson will have to beat out Tiquan Underwood for the final spot.
Jaguars.com's Vic Ketchman says Troy Williamson "hasn't been written off," but he better "turn it on soon."
Contrary to previous reports, coach Jack Del Rio indicated that Troy Williamson is very much in the mix for the Jaguars' No. 2 receiver job.
The Jaguars' website reiterates that Troy Williamson doesn't appear to be in the mix for the team's No. 2 receiver job.
Troy Williamson was "invisible" for much of camp, according to beat writer Vito Stellino.
Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio singled out Troy Williamson after he dropped a ball in OTAs Tuesday.
Offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter didn't mention Troy Williamson when asked about the Jaguars' No. 2 receiver position.
Jaguars.com's Vic Ketchman anticipates that the team's No. 2 receiver battle will come down to Troy Williamson and Mike Thomas.
Troy Williamson (torn labrum) expects to be cleared for full participation in the Jags' offseason program.
Jaguars re-signed WR Troy Williamson to a one-year contract worth roughly $1 million, including a $100,000 signing bonus.
Troy Williamson (injured reserve, torn labrum) underwent shoulder surgery in Alabama on Friday.
Jaguars placed WR Troy Williamson (shoulder) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio claimed Monday that he hasn't heard Troy Williamson's shoulder injury is season ending.