Jacksonville Jaguars Release Safety Calvin Lowry

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Published: July 9, 2009

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... released Calvin Lowry on Thursday. He had become expendable with recent additions Gerald Alexander and Marlon McCree, who join Reggie Nelson and Sean Considine as the four safeties likely to make the team out of training camp.

McCree is the big winner here, as he would have been in danger of being let go if Lowry had an outstanding camp.

Lowry, 26, has started 14 career games at both safety positions. He registered 18 tackles in 11 games for Denver in 2008 before being signed by the Jaguars in December. He never played a down for Jacksonville.

Previously, Lowry spent 2006 and 2007 with the Titans, where he started 11 times and racked up a career-high 58 tackles in 2007.

Lowry was a fifth-round pick of Tennessee in 2006 out of Penn State. He has enough experience to be picked up by another team.

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