The Jacksonville Jaguars made a pair of practice squad moves today, signing second-year tight end Mickey Shuler and waiving wide receiver Kerry Taylor.
Shuler was claimed off waivers by the Jaguars on August 31, 2014 from Atlanta. He played in the first three games for the Jaguars before he was waived on October 4. In addition to the Falcons, Shuler has also spent time with Miami, Minnesota, Arizona and Buffalo. He spent four seasons at Penn State as a blocking tight end, concluding his career with 27 receptions for 300 yards and three touchdowns. Shuler had nine catches for 120 yards as a junior and followed with a career-high two scores as a senior. A native of Enola, Pa., Shuler was a three-sport standout at East Pennsboro High School.