JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have waived veteran quarterback Patrick Ramsey.
Ramsey was signed nine days ago after quarterbacks David Garrard and Trent Edwards suffered injuries in a Monday night loss to the Tennessee Titans. He did not play in a game during his short tenure with the Jags.
Garrard is expected to be recovered enough from a concussion to be the starter for Sunday's game against Dallas and the team also has veteran Todd Bouman serving as his backup.
The 31-year-old Ramsey was cut by the Saints out of preseason this year and has not started an NFL game since 2005 with the Redskins, who made him the 32nd overall pick in the 2002 draft. The Tulane product spent four years in Washington and made 24 starts with limited success. He later had stints with the Jets and Broncos.
In 37 career games -- 24 starts -- Ramsey has thrown 35 TD passes as opposed to 30 interceptions while completing 56.0 percent through the air for 5,930 yards.
The Jags also signed linebacker Jacob Cutrera to the active roster from the practice squad.