The Jacksonville Jaguars are inching closer to their 75-man roster before they make final cuts on Saturday.
According to the Associated Press, they parted ways with fourth-year cornerback Demetrius McCray. He was originally drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the third round of the 2013 draft. They waved him and the Jaguars picked him up before the season started.
In three years with the team he totaled 72 tackles, six pass deflections, one fumble recovery and started 12 games during the 2014 season.
Other cuts included linebacker Joplo Bartu, receiver Shaq Evans, place kicker Sam Ficken, cornerback Mike Hilton, running back Cameron Marshall, punter Ryan Quigley and receiver Jamal Robinson.
They also placed offensive lineman Jeff Linkenbach on injured reserve, while offensive lineman Luke Bowanko and rookie defensive lineman Jonathan Woodard were placed on the physically unable to perform list.