The Jacksonville Jaguars today waived safety James Boyd, cornerback Steve Smith and wide receiver Francis St. Paul and signed rookie guard Alex Jackson.
Boyd was a third-round draft choice in 2001 who played in 26 games over two seasons. He finished his Jaguars career with eight tackles on defense and 14 tackles on special teams. He was inactive for six games last year.
Smith was a seventh-round draft choice in 2002 who played in four games as a rookie, all on special teams. He made one tackle.
St. Paul had been signed by the Jaguars on January 7 after spending the last two seasons with the St. Louis Rams. He was a sixth-round draft pick in 2001.
Jackson, 22, was an undrafted rookie who participated in the team's May minicamp as a tryout player. He was a two-year starter at Georgia, starting 21 games in 2001 and '02. The 6-4, 330-pounder is a native of Quincy, Fla.
The Jaguars' roster now stands at 87 players.