The Jacksonville Jaguars have decided to part ways with starting offensive guard Uche Nwaneri on Tuesday morning, according to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union. Nwaneri, who will turn 30 years old later this month, was set to make $3.775 million this year along with a $1 million signing bonus.
In 2013, Nwaneri started in every game for the Jagaurs.
By releasing him, the team now has more than a whopping $60 million in salary cap space.
Nwaneri has spent his entire NFL career playing for the Jaguars, but he shouldn’t be out of work for long if teams are confident enough that he will be able to continue staying healthy and on the field.
You can’t teach veteran experience, and that is one thing Nwaneri will definitely bring to a franchise.