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  • Saints' Jake Luton: Sticks with New Orleans

    The Saints signed Luton to a reserve/future contract Tuesday. Luton joined the Saints' practice squad after being waived by Jacksonville at the end of August. The backup quarterback was up and down between New Orleans' practice squad and active roster throughout the campaign, getting cut entirely on two separate occasions, but he never made any appearances. With his new contract, he'll have an opportunity to compete for a roster spot throughout offseason work and leading up to training camp in 2023.
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  • Jake Luton: Returns to Saints' practice squad

    The Saints re-signed Luton to their practice squad Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Luton has been up and down between New Orleans' practice squad and active roster throughout the campaign, so he's already familiar with the organization. Though he was active for two games this season, he has yet to take a snap with the Saints. In fact, Luton hasn't seen NFL game action since 2020 with Jacksonville, so his role is clearly to provide organizational depth in case of an injury to either Andy Dalton or Jameis Winston.
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  • Jake Luton: Let go from practice squad

    The Saints cut Luton from their practice squad Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Luton is now looking for another home following the Saints' decision to let the 26-year-old go Tuesday. Luton hasn't seen game action since 2020 with Jacksonville, so he'll likely serve as added depth for his next suitor.
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  • Jake Luton: Joins New Orleans' practice squad

    The Saints signed Luton to their practice squad Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Luton appeared in two preseason games with Jacksonville, totaling 186 yards and one interception, and was waived ahead of the 53-man roster deadline. Jameis Winston and Andy Dalton are cemented as the top two quarterbacks in New Orleans, so Luton will operate as an emergency option on the practice squad.
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  • Jake Luton: Waived by Jacksonville again

    The Jaguars waived Luton on Monday. Luton was waived by the Jaguars last week but returned to the team Tuesday. However, he once again finds himself on waivers after the team claimed Jake Verity off waivers from the Colts. Luton appeared in two preseason games with Jacksonville and completed 22 of 38 passes for 186 yards and one interception.
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  • Jaguars' Jake Luton: Reunites with Jags

    Jacksonville signed Luton to a reserve/future contract Friday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Luton, who joined the NFL as a 2020 sixth-round pick of the Jaguars, most recently spent time on Miami's practice squad. Now, the 25-year-old signal-caller can prepare to spend the offseason continuing his development in a familiar situation.
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  • Seahawks' Jake Luton: Slots in as backup

    Luton was elevated to the active roster Saturday. With Russell Wilson (finger) sidelined indefinitely, Geno Smith will take over as the starter with Luton slated to act as his backup. A sixth-round pick in 2020, the 25-year-old started three games for the Jaguars last season, posting a woeful 624 yards (5.7 YPA), two touchdowns and six interceptions across 110 attempts.
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  • Jaguars' Jake Luton: Appears in three games

    Luton completed 60 of 110 passes for 624 yards, two touchdowns and six interceptions while recording one carry for a 13-yard touchdown in three games this season. The rookie sixth-round pick received a surprising opportunity to start after Gardner Minshew went down with an injury, but he failed to take advantage of the three-game opportunity. Luton and Minshew are the only quarterbacks under contract for next season with Mike Glennon hitting free agency, but Jacksonville is poised to select a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick during the 2021 NFL Draft. Luton figures to be fighting for a roster spot in training camp.
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  • Jaguars' Jake Luton: Turbulent outing against Steelers

    Luton completed 16 of 37 attempts for 151 passing yards, throwing no touchdowns and four interceptions during Sunday's 27-3 loss to Pittsburgh. He also fumbled but recovered the loose ball himself. In what may have been a predictable outcome in a matchup against Pittsburgh's vaunted defense, the rookie signal-caller was a turnover machine during his third career start. He was capable of keeping the Jaguars competitive against the Texans and Packers over his first two appearances Weeks 9 and 10, losing by a combined six points, but Sunday he was overwhelmed by the Steelers. After putting in a week of limited practices before ultimately being deemed inactive, Gardner Minshew (thumb) may be ready to retake the starting reigns next Sunday against the Browns.
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  • Jaguars' Jake Luton: Making third straight start

    Coach Doug Marrone confirmed Monday that Luton will receive a third straight start at quarterback Week 11 versus the Steelers, Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL Jacksonville reports. After missing the Jaguars' past two games, Gardner Minshew (thumb) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest, but John Shipley of SI.com relays that the signal-caller was only able to throw on a limited basis this week. As such, Minshew doesn't look as though he'll be anything more than an emergency backup if active Week 11, giving Luton at least one more opportunity to potentially stake his claim to a permanent starting role. Luton surpassed 300 passing yards in his NFL debut Week 9 in a loss to Houston, but he struggled to navigate windy conditions in Green Bay in Week 10, completing only 18 of 35 attempts for 169 yards, a touchdown and an interception. A matchup with a tough Pittsburgh defense isn't an ideal spot for Luton to post dramatically better numbers Week 11.
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  • Jaguars' Jake Luton: Keeps team competitive at Lambeau

    Luton completed 18 of 35 pass attempts for 169 yards, one touchdown and one interception during Sunday's 24-20 loss to Green Bay. Luton absorbed three sacks during the Week 10 defeat while committing a giveaway for a second straight outing, but he again proved capable of keeping the Jaguars competitive in a matchup against a Pro Bowl caliber quarterback. Last Sunday against Deshaun Watson and the Texans, Luton and Jacksonville fell by only two points. On the road in Green Bay, the rookie had his team ahead by three in the fourth quarter. The sixth-round draft choice moves to 0-2 as a starter, though there may be a case for him to keep his job once Gardner Minshew (thumb) returns from injury. Minshew had dropped his past six starts before suffering the injury, with Jacksonville losing by double digits in four of those outings. Next up for the Jaguars is a home game against the vaunted Pittsburgh defense.
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  • Jaguars' Jake Luton: Expected to make another start

    Coach Doug Marrone said Monday that Luton is likely to start Sunday's game in Green Bay, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports. Luton impressed in his NFL debut against the Texans on Sunday, though the contest resulted in a 27-25 loss. The rookie sixth-round pick completed 26 of 38 pass attempts for 304 yards, one touchdown and one interception, while also bolstering his fantasy output with a 13-yard rushing score. With Gardner Minshew (thumb) trending in the wrong direction for Week 10, it looks like Luton will get another chance to prove himself under center, albeit against a Packers secondary that's proved much stingier than Houston's.
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  • Jaguars' Jake Luton: Likely starter for Week 9

    Luton will take starter reps in practice this week, paving the way for him to get the nod over Mike Glennon with Gardner Minshew (thumb) ruled out for Sunday's game against Houston, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports. Starting Luton makes sense for the 1-6 Jaguars, who can see what they have in the rookie sixth-rounder rather than trot out Glennon, who has established himself as a subpar option under center over 22 NFL starts. Minshew has been playing through a fractured thumb, so there's a chance his recovery extends beyond this week and allows Luton to make multiple starts if the rookie proves himself capable. Luton threw for 2,714 yards with a tidy 28:3 TD:INT in 11 games as a senior at Oregon State.
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