As another NFL season opener looms near the bloodbath has begun with all teams analyzing each and every move of their squad to decide who makes it and who doesn’t. Another player fell victim to the cuts when Jacksonville Jaguars cut Quarterback Kyle Sloter after an underwhelming performance in the Hall of Fame game against the Las Vegas Raiders.
Sloter went went 13 of 25 passing for 127 yards, 1 TD and 0 TDs in the pre season opener against the Raiders. Sloter who was signed by the Denver Broncos as an undrafted free agent after the 2017 NFL draft has been part of 7 NFL teams since then and even had a recent stint in the USFL for the New Orleans Breakers.
Kyle Sloter won’t be a backup to Trevor Lawrence for Jacksonville Jaguars
Sloter was vying for the backup QB position at Jacksonville as the starting Quarterback position is held by Trevor Lawrence who was drafted 1st overall by the Jaguars in the 2021 NFL draft after a highly successful college career at Clemson where he won the College Football National Championship as a freshman.
On the other hand Sloter who played for Ole Miss and Northern Colorado barely had a chance to play and then did not receive an invitation to the 2017 NFL combine and went undrafted since then Slater has been searching for a home for his talents with stops at Denver, Minnesota, Arizona, Detroit, Chicago, and Las Vegas before trying his hand in USFL where he was drafted in the 1st round and had a good enough season before injuries derailed his season.
Now Sloter is on the lookout for another team after being cut from the Jaguars.