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Roster Moves: Jaguars place 3 more on Reserve/COVID-19 list, sign 2 to active roster & more

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JACKSONVILLE – The Jacksonville Jaguars have made the following roster moves, the team announced today.

Placed on injured reserve:

  • P Logan Cooke

Signed to the active roster from Jacksonville's practice squad:

  • DB Brandon Rusnak

Signed to the active roster from Buffalo's practice squad:

  • TE Kahale Warring (pronounced Kah-HALL-ay WHERE-ing)

Signed to the practice squad:

  • P Joseph Charlton
  • DE/OLB Hercules Mata'afa (pronounced MAH-tah-ah-fa)

Placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list:

  • TE Jacob Hollister
  • DT Jay Tufele
  • LB Damien Wilson

Rusnak, 5-11, 200, originally signed with the Jaguars as a rookie free agent following the 2019 draft and has played in 26 games with Jacksonville and recorded 20 tackles. Rusnak has played in two games this season as practice squad elevations, including in Week 16 at the Jets. Rusnak wears No. 29.

Warring, 6-5, 252, was drafted in the third round (86th overall) of the 2019 draft by Houston and has played in eight career games. In 2020, he appeared in seven games with the Texans and caught three passes for 35 yards. Warring played in one game with Buffalo this season and has spent time on the Colts and Bills practice squads. The Sonora, Calif. native attended San Diego State from 2015-18 and caught 51 passes for 637 yards and eight touchdowns. Warring will wear No. 47.

Charlton, 6-5, 190, originally signed with Carolina as a rookie free agent in 2020 and played in 21 games for the Panthers in the last two seasons. He has punted 66 times for 2,903 yards for a 44.0 gross punting average and 39.2 net punting average. He attended South Carolina.

Mata'afa 6-2, 256, originally signed with the Vikings as a rookie free agent following the 2018 draft. He played in 19 games with Minnesota and tallied 25 tackles, including 2.5 sacks and three tackles for loss. He played collegiately at Washington State University and was named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year as a junior in 2017.

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