The Jaguars have cut cornerback Tommie Campbell, reports Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle (via Twitter). The 27-year-old joined Jacksonville last October following a season-ending injury to Alan Ball.
The California University of Pennsylvania product was drafted in the seventh round of the 2011 draft by the Titans. He spent three seasons with Tennessee, compiling 24 tackles and a forced fumble in 37 games. He appeared in seven games for the Jags last season, primarily serving in a special teams role.
An assortment of teams auditioned Campbell last season, so there’s a chance that the defensive back could catch on with another team. The Seahawks, Dolphins, Lions, and Buccaneers were among the teams that had previously shown interest in Campbell.