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Jaguars cut ties with Bouman, making Edwards No. 2 QB

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Trent Edwards will return to Buffalo as the Jaguars' backup quarterback.

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The Jaguars released veteran Todd Bouman on Tuesday, leaving Edwards as the only quarterback behind David Garrard. The 2-2 team plays the winless Bills on Sunday.

The Jaguars also signed sixth-year defensive lineman C.J. Mosley, who has played in 59 games for the Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets and Cleveland Browns.

A sixth-round draft pick by the Vikings in 2005, Mosley has eight career sacks and 80 tackles. He spent last season with the Browns, but he ended the campaign on injured reserve.

Mosley likely will play defensive tackle for the Jaguars, who have given up on former first-round pick Derrick Harvey. Versatile Jeremy Mincey is expected to take Harvey's repetitions, leaving Jacksonville with four defensive tackles.

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