Two days before the season start, the Jaguars cut David Garrard

In what I believe a rather surprising call, especially this late (after the preseason, less than a week before the regular season), the Jaguars have cut their starting quarterback, David Garrard. He has led the Jags to a 39-37 record in his career, and that’s with a division boasting Peyton Manning and Matt Schaub.

The NFL season starts in two days, which means this hardly seems a well thought-out decision and does not say much about the organization and its respect for a veteran player that has started 76 games since 2002, won the only playoff game in franchise history and has a 39-37 win-loss record.  But hey, Jacksonville need to sell tickets, right? Continue reading “Two days before the season start, the Jaguars cut David Garrard” Two days before the seaso…