Former Vikings QB Kyle Sloter released by Jaguars

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After earning first-team All-USFL honors as a member of the New Orleans Breakers, former Vikings quarterback Kyle Sloter found a new home with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

This past Thursday, Sloter played with his new team in the Hall of Fame Game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Playing the entire second half, Sloter had some success, completing 13-of-25 passes for 125 yards and a touchdown in a 27-11 loss.

Unfortunately, that didn’t last long as the Jaguars moved on from the signal-caller on Tuesday afternoon in favor of the rookie quarterback from Brown, E.J. Perry.

With Sloter having been released from his seventh team in as many years, he is back on the market looking for his next opportunity.


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