Ashton Youboty DB JAC Jun 05 '78

Jaguars released CB Ashton Youboty.

The Jags are getting an early start on Monday's cuts, and have also waived/released WR Chastin West, QB Nate Enderle, RB DuJuan Harris, LB Nate Bussey, CB Mike Holmes, OT Dan Hoch and LB Donovan Richard. A seven-year veteran, Youboty started five games for the Jags in 2011. West caught 13 passes for 163 yards and two scores after being signed off the Packers' practice squad.

Ashton Youboty DB JAC Oct 05 '77

Jaguars placed CB Ashton Youboty on injured reserve with a hamstring injury, ending his season.

The move is just a formality, as Youboty would have been week-to-week had he suffered his injury earlier in the year. Pressed into extensive duty following a wave of injures to the Jaguars' cornerback corps, Youboty was abused in coverage. On the street until the Jags signed him in early November, Youboty won't break camp with anybody in 2012.

Ashton Youboty DB JAC Oct 03 '77

Jaguars CB Ashton Youboty left Sunday's Week 16 against the Titans with a hamstring injury.

Youboty was trying to break up a deep pass to Damian Williams when he went down. He's questionable to return. The Jags' already banged-up secondary is getting shredded by the Titans.

Ashton Youboty DB JAC Aug 25 '77

Jaguars signed CB Ashton Youboty.

Youboty will add depth with Rashean Mathis out for the season. Though he's been out of the league since August, Youboty has a history with DC Mel Tucker, playing under him at Ohio State.

Ashton Youboty DB JAC Jun 08 '77

Bucs released CB Ashton Youboty.

Youboty was signed two a two-year deal in mid-August, but didn't show much in two weeks. He may remain on Tampa Bay's "emergency" list into the season. The Bucs have also waived WRs Aundrae Allison and Jock Sanders, and TE Collin Franklin.

Ashton Youboty DB JAC May 25 '77

Bucs signed CB Ashton Youboty, formerly of the Bills, to a two-year contract.

The Bucs are a little banged up at corner with Aqib Talib and Myron Lewis both nursing hamstring injuries. Youboty made seven starts during his five seasons in Buffalo, filling special teams and nickel roles.