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Jaguars make a few roster moves

The Jags shuffle the roster, and cut backup QB John Parker Wilson.

Jeff Zelevansky

The Jacksonville Jaguars made a few moves for their 53-man roster on Wednesday, including a change at backup quarterback.

The Jags waived quarterback John Parker Wilson and running back Keith Toston, as well as cornerback Prince Miller from the practice squad. The Jags signed center/guard Steve Vallos and 2012 fifth round pick Brandon Marshall.

Vallos is a journeyman in the league, playing in 42 game since being drafted by Seattle in 2007. Since then, he's bounced to Cleveland and Philadelphia, and was cut last week after playing two games this season with the Eagles. Marshall, a linebacker drafted out of Nevada, had two special teams tackles this season before being waived by the Jags last Saturday.

Wilson, formerly a starting QB at Alabama, followed head coach Mike Mularkey to Jacksonville from Atlanta, where he was waived during training camp this season. Toston spent a week total with the Jags after being signed following an injury to Maurice Jones-Drew.

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