As the Jacksonville Jaguars have been busy this offseason with several high impact free agent signings, they continued their complete facelift on Sunday. The latest move is the release of DT Roy Miller.
Miller who is 29 spent the past four seasons with the Jags after playing his first four seasons with the Tampa Bay Bucs. Miller started six games for the Jags last season, before rupturing his achilles ending his season in October.
Miller started 83 of 112 career games after being selected in the third round in 2009 by the Bucs. He was scheduled to make $3.6 million if the Jags would have held onto him. The move is a sign of a new direction with the team and we shall see what else they do to revive a struggling franchise.