The Jacksonville Jaguars today waived linebacker Adam Seward and signed two players to their practice squad who had been with the team previously. Linebacker Lamar Myles and defensive end James Wyche were signed to the practice squad today. The moves leave 52 players on the active roster and a full practice squad of eight players.
Seward played in three games this season after signing as a free agent on August 24, making three tackles on special teams. The fifth-year veteran had previously played four seasons for the Carolina Panthers after being drafted in the fifth round out of Nevada-Las Vegas.
Myles, 23, is a first-year player who spent the 2008 season on the Jaguars' practice squad after signing as an undrafted rookie out of Louisville. He played in the first two preseason games of 2009 and made five tackles before being waived on Aug. 24. The 5-11, 230-pound Myles is from Winter Haven, Fla.
Wyche was a seventh-round draft choice of the Jaguars in 2006. The 6-5, 279-pound former Syracuse player was on the Jaguars' practice squad and active roster as a rookie before spending all of the 2007 and 2008 seasons on injured reserve. The 27-year-old Wyche made the opening day roster this season and was inactive for the first regular season game at Indianapolis. He was waived on Sept. 17.