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The Jacksonville Jaguars today waived WR Will Moore and signed

safety JoJuan Armour to the active roster and CB Corey Chamblin

to the practice squad. Armour was claimed off waivers from the

Oakland Raiders.

Moore, a three-year veteran, had been with the Jaguars the last two

seasons, playing in 27 games and making two catches for 19 yards.

He was one of the club's top special teams players, making 18

tackles in 1998.

Armour was a seventh-round draft choice of the Oakland Raiders

this year before being waived on Sunday in the final cuts. The 5-11,

220-pound Armour was a four-year letterman at Miami (Ohio),

where he was Mid-American Conference Defensive Player of the

Year in both 1997 and '98. He played in all 44 games during his

career, making 37 starts and finishing with 396 tackles and 25

sacks. Armour, 23, is a native of Toledo, Ohio.

Chamblin becomes the fifth member of the team's practice squad.

He was signed as an undrafted rookie by the Baltimore Ravens and

spent training camp with the team before being waived on Sunday.

Chamblin (5-11, 188), played in 43 games and made 35 starts in four

years at Tennessee Tech. Chamblin, 22, is a native of Birmingham,


EDITOR'S NOTE: Armour will wear jersey No. 45.

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