Gus Bradley and David Caldwell are not afraid to clean house. The new regime in Jacksonville has continued the demolition of the Jaguars' secondary as the team releases safety Dawan Landry and cornerback Aaron Ross.
These roster cuts come just a few days after the team informed ten year veteran cornerback Rashean Mathis that he would not be returning next season.
Despite the fact that both Landry and Ross have signed recent lucrative contracts with the organization, these moves align with what has been said from the Jags new General Manager, David Caldwell.
"There are no changes coming that are financial, the changes will be based on performance," says Caldwell at the NFL scouting combine.
With the departure of Landry and Ross as well as Mathis, the Jags only players on the active roster in the secondary are Kevin Rutland and Mike Harris. Derek Cox is set to be an unrestricted free agent and is expected to play in a different uniform next season.