With players already reporting for training camp Jacksonville Jaguars General Manager David Caldwell wasted no time shuffling the back-end of the roster. On Thursday Caldwell waived safety Chris Banjo and tight end Kyler Reed. The team signed wide receiver Cole McKenzie out of Southern Oregon and kicker Adam Yates out of South Carolina to fill the roster.

Kyler Reed was expected to compete for a spot in the tight end rotation behind Marcedes Lewis so his departure is somewhat surprising. The startling part of Chris Banjo’s release is the choice to cut him instead of Chris Prosinski. Unless head coach Gus Bradley has a very specific scheme set up to hide Prosinski’s tendency to take bad angles and misjudge tackling opportunities Prosinski will continue to be a disaster in the defensive backfield.

With very little depth behind Marcedes Lewis expect the Jaguars to pick up another tight end at some point during camp. The Jaguars don’t have to trim the roster down to 75 players until August 27 so don’t expect a ton of movement before then but there are a few big names who could be shown the door if younger players step up.