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2014 offseason: Scott released; 27 workout players to practice


JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars reduced their quarterback number by one Thursday.

They did so on the same day they announced that 27 players – including three with NFL experience – have been invited to attend this weekend's two-day rookie camp at the Florida Blue practice fields adjacent to EverBank Field.

Matt Scott, a quarterback from the University of Arizona who signed with the Jaguars as a collegiate free agent following last year's draft, was released by the team Thursday afternoon. He spent the 2013 season on the Jaguars' practice squad.

Scott's release leaves the team with four quarterbacks:  Starter and seven-year veteran Chad Henne, rookie and No. 3 overall selection in the 2014 NFL Draft Blake Bortles, four-year veteran Ricky Stanzi and rookie collegiate free agent Stephen Morris.

The Jaguars on Thursday also announced the following players will practice on Friday and Saturday on a workout basis:

Cincinnati defensive end Marques Aiken, Alabama State linebacker Leland Baker, Connecticut offensive tackle Jimmy Bennett, Ohio running back Beau Blankenship, Youngstown State offensive tackle Kyle Bryant, Alabama guard/center Antoine Caldwell, Coastal Carolina guard/offensive tackle Jamey Cheatwood, Arkansas wide receiver Greg Childs, Eastern Carolina guard Jordan Davis, South Florida fullback Ryan Eppes, Northern Illinois cornerback Sean Evans, West Virginia linebacker Dozie Ezemma, Nevada-Las Vegas defensive end Mark Garrick, Nebraska defensive back Andrew Green, Winston-Salem State strong safety Jerome Junior, Central Florida strong safety Sean Maag, Troy defensive back Chris Pickett, Missouri cornerback Randy Ponder, Akron defensive end Albert Presley, UCLA defensive tackle Brian Price, Rice guard/center Nate Richards, Florida Atlantic defensive tackle Kayvon Sherill, Clemson linebacker Spencer Shuey, Valdosta State cornerback Dominique Wheeler, Syracuse strong safety Jeremi Wilkes, Connecticut defensive end Tim Willman, Nevada wide receiver Brandon Wimberly.

Caldwell (6-feet-3, 315 pounds), originally a third-round selection by the Houston Texans in the 2009 NFL Draft, played in 39 games with 19 starts for the Texans from 2009-12. He spent part of the 2013 preseason with Buffalo Bills before being released on August 30.

Childs (6-3, 217), originally a fourth-round selection by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2012 NFL Draft, has not played in the NFL because of injury. The Vikings released him in March.

Price (6-1, 303), originally a second-round selection by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2010 NFL Draft, Spent two seasons with Tampa Bay and was traded to Chicago in July of 2012. He also spent part of the 2013 season with Dallas before being released. He most recently played for the Los Angeles Kiss of the Arena Football League.

The rookie minicamps will be held from 1:10-3:15 on Friday and Saturday. They are free and open to the public. To register for entrance, visit

Pos. Player Ht. Wt. College
DE Marques Aiken 6-4 266 Cincinnati
LB Leland Baker 6-0 215 Alabama State
OT Jimmy Bennett 6-9 307 Connecticut
RB Beau Blankenship 5-9 206 Ohio
OT Kyle Bryant 6-7 320 Youngstown State
G/C Antoine Caldwell 6-3 315 Alabama
G/T Jamey Cheatwood 6-5 330 Coastal Carolina
WR Greg Childs 6-3 217 Arkansas
OG Jordan Davis 6-3 297 East Carolina
FB Ryan Eppes 6-1 236 South Florida
CB Sean Evans 5-10 174 Northern Illinois
LB Dozie Ezemma 6-2 235 West Virginia
DE Mark Garrick 6-4 280 Nevada-Las Vegas
S/CB Andrew Green 6-0 195 Nebraska
SS Jerome Junior 6-1 207 Winston Salem State
SS Sean Maag 6-1 194 UCF
S/CB Chris Pickett 5-11 192 Troy
CB Randy Ponder 5-10 195 Missouri
DE Albert Presley 6-2 226 Akron
*DT Brian Price 6-2 226 Akron
G/C Nate Richards 6-4 300 Rice
DT Kayvon Sherill 6-3 279 Florida Atlantic
LB Spencer Shuey 6-3 240 Clemson
CB Dominique Wheeler 5-8 177 Valdosta State
SS Jeremi Wilkes 5-9 189 Syracuse
DE Tim Willman 6-4 267 Connecticut
WR Brandon Wimberly 6-3 225 Nevada

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