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Jaguars claim Bean, Inzer


Tom Coughlin said he might work the waiver wire, and he wasn't lying.

The Jaguars made their second and third waiver-wire additions in the last 24 hours, announcing they've signed cornerback Robert Bean and guard/center Drew Inzer from the New England Patriots. To make room for Bean and Inzer, the Jaguars released offensive lineman Raleigh Roundtree and cornerback Damen Wheeler.

Bean, 24, played in 27 games for the Bengals the last two seasons, starting eight times, after being drafted in the fifth round in 2000. He has career totals of 61 tackles, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, one interception and 12 special teams tackles. Bean, 5-11, 178, played two years at Mississippi State and is a native of Decatur, Ga.

Inzer, 22, spent the entire 2001 season on the Patriots' practice squad after signing with the team as an undrafted rookie. He was a two-year letterman at Brown, transferring from Boston University after it dropped football. He was All-Ivy League as an offensive tackle in 2000. The 6-4, 305-pound Inzer was the Rhode Island High School Player of the Year as a senior.

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