The Jacksonville Jaguars have released veteran safety Dawan Landry and cornerback Aaron Ross, the team announced Friday.
Waiving Landry allows the Jaguars to free up $1.45 million in cap space for 2013. Landry signed a five-year, $27 million contract in 2011 and was due $5.35 million this season.
Landry, 30, came to Jacksonville from the Baltimore Ravens in 2011. In two seasons with the Jaguars, Landry started all 32 games had three interceptions and 197 tackles.
A fifth-round draft pick by the Ravens in 2006, Landry began his career with five interceptions in his rookie season with Baltimore and had a career-high 111 tackles in 2010.
Ross, a six-year veteran, joined the Jaguars in 2012 and played in 14 games, including nine starts.