On Sunday, it was announced via Tom Pelissero on Twitter that All-USFL and New Orleans Breakers quarterback Kyle Sloter signed with the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars.
The 28-year-old All-USFL quarterback finished the season ranked 2nd in passing, completing 57.7% of his passes for 1,798 yards, 9 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions. Despite turnover problems being a common issue throughout the year, Sloter helped lead the Breakers to the playoffs with a regular season record of 6-4.
The Jaguars will be Sloter’s 7th stop in the NFL, having spent time previously with the Minnesota Vikings (2x), Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, and Las Vegas Raiders. Despite being with 6 NFL teams, Sloter has never seen regular season NFL action.
Sloter joins a Jaguars locker room where he’ll compete with the not terribly daunting trio of C.J. Beathard, Jake Luton, and E.J. Perry to see who’ll be backing up second-year QB1 Trevor Lawrence.
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