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Report: Jaguars moving on from Shaquill Griffin

Mike Florio and Chris Simms sit down with Jaguars G.M. Trent Baalke to reflect on Jacksonville's two-year build developing around Trevor Lawrence, draft prospects to help the team move forward and more.

The Jaguars will attempt to trade cornerback Shaquill Griffin, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports. Given Griffin has an $11.5 million salary, a $17.1 million cap hit and is coming off a back injury that limited him to five games in 2022, chances are slim to none Jacksonville can find a trade partner.

The Jaguars are expected to release Griffin if they can’t trade him, per Fowler.

It does not come as a surprise since Griffin’s release will save the team $13.1 million in cap space.

Griffin, 27, spent two seasons in Jacksonville.

He made 78 tackles and 11 pass breakups in 19 games, spending most of last season on injured reserve.