The Jacksonville Jaguars have cut veteran punter Brad Nortman, per Brent Martineau of CBS47/FOX30.
— Brent Martineau (@BrentASJax) April 30, 2018
Brad Nortman signed a four-year $8.8 million deal back in 2016 and was due $2,375,000 this season.
The move comes in a surge of recent special teams signings and cuts as special teams coordinator Joe DeCamilis continues to shuffle a rather bleak special teams unit, which was directly responsible to several Jaguars’ losses last season, including but not limited to the Los Angeles Rams game in which they let up multiple return scores.
Joe DeCamilis has demonstrated this tactic in the past in cutting pricey veteran punters and bringing in younger, cheaper talent either through UDFA’s or the draft.
This all but shows that newly drafted Jaguars punter, Logan Cooke, will be the newest Jaguars punter.
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