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Draft Scout Nathan Slaughter News
03/24/15 - WR Nathan Slaughter was signed by the Cardinals Monday (March 23). Slaughter (5-9, 184) originally entered the NFL with Houston as a rookie free agent out of West Texas A&M in 2014 and was released by the Texans on May 19. He then signed with Jacksonville on June 19, but was waived/injured on August 6. He played four years at West Texas A&M, and in 47 career games (43 starts) he totaled 174 receptions for 1,978 yards and 14 TDs.
Slaughter worked out Sunday at the NFL's Veteran Combine held at the Cardinals Training Facility in Tempe.
11/14/14 - WR Nathan Slaughter was waived from reserve/injured by the Jaguars Thursday (Nov. 13).
08/07/14 - WR Nathan Slaughter cleared waivers and was placed on reserve/injured.
08/06/14 - WR Nathan Slaughter was waived by the Jaguars Wednesday (Aug.6). He will be placed on reserve/injured after clearing waivers.
06/20/14 - WR Nathan Slaughter was signed by the Jaguars Thursday. Slaughter, who participated in the club's mandatory minicamp on a tryout basis is 5-9, 184 and played in 47 games with 43 starts at West Texas A&M. He finished his career with 174 receptions for 1,978 yards and 14 touchdowns. As a senior, he totaled 415 yards on 41 catches for three touchdowns and also had three touchdowns on kickoff returns. A native of Lubbock, Tex., he attended Lubbock High School where he saw action at cornerback, free safety, wide receiver and running back. Slaughter also lettered in track and basketball.