John Reed-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU defensive back Dwayne Thomas has signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the team announced Monday.
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed rookie CB Dwayne Thomas, the club announced today. To make room on the roster, the team waived rookie CB Ezra Robinson.

Thomas, 6-0, 201, was originally signed as an undrafted rookie by the Patriots on May 5, 2017. Thomas was waived by New England on Aug. 11. He attended Louisiana State University where he was teammates with Jacksonville fourth overall selection, RB Leonard Fournette. During his career in Baton Rouge, Thomas appeared in 41 games over his five-year career and posted 110 career tackles, 5.5 sacks, two INTs, 20 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. Thomas will wear No. 29 for the Jaguars.

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17 Comments
This is awesome!
Reply50 months
wtf are the Saints thinking??? would've been a good pickup but if the Patriots cut you som'n up
Reply50 months
Not really the Patriots could be just stacked with depth as they typically are. He's a guy that hasn't reach his full potential IMO and he's a physical smart player. Saints probably should have went after him.
50 months
As usual, the Saints passed on a good DB in Thomas, and are content to ride the injury prone players they have into the season. Good luck!
Reply50 months
More importantly, good luck to Dwayne! I always liked him at LSU. A solid player with a lot of potential! Geaux for it Dwayne! Jacksonville may surprise some people this year!
50 months
At least he's not a dirty bird. Good luck, Thomas!
50 months
Favorite player from last year. One of the few who showed up to play against Alabama. Good luck DT
Reply50 months
Smart move by Jags, dude can play.
Reply50 months
Congrats to DT. A friend of mine used to coach him in high school. Very happy for him. Hopefully, he'll make it.
Reply50 months
Awful are Helmets
Reply50 months
Worse is English
50 months
Must've been better than Ezra
Reply50 months
Well played sir, well played.
50 months
The jags had a bunch of practices with the patriots before their first preseason game they must have seen something in D thomas!
Reply50 months
DBU.
Reply50 months
Heck yeah Dwayne !
Reply50 months
Congrats D Thomas!
Reply50 months
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