The Jacksonville Jaguars today released four veteran players in defensive tackle John Henderson, linebacker Brian Iwuh, defensive tackle Montavious Stanley and linebacker Tank Daniels. The club also withdrew its qualifying offer to linebacker Clint Ingram, making Ingram a free agent.
Henderson ranks sixth in team history with 124 games played and fourth with 120 starts in eight seasons after being drafted by the Jaguars in 2002. He is third in franchise history with 29 sacks and totaled 563 tackles, 146 QB pressures, 37 tackles for loss and 42 passes defensed. He earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl in 2004 and also earned a spot in 2006.
Ingram started 46 of 56 games at linebacker after being selected with a third-round pick in 2005. He finished with 331 tackles, 5.5 sacks and 12 tackles for loss. Iwuh played in 58 games with three starts since joining the club as an undrafted rookie in 2006. He played primarily on special teams and ranked third in franchise history with 61 special teams tackles.
Stanley spent time with the Jaguars in 2006 and 2009. He has played 33 games with six starts for Dallas, St. Louis, Atlanta, New Orleans and the Jaguars. Daniels was signed by the Jaguars as a free agent on December 21 after spending time with the New York Giants and Philadelphia. He saw his only action in the season-finale at Cleveland.