Jacksonville, FL (Sports Network) - The Jacksonville Jaguars continued to restructure their roster as they released defensive end Tony Brackens on Tuesday.
The club also announced that the rumored trade of Mark Brunell to the Washington Redskins will officially take place on Wednesday. Both moves are salary-cap related.
With both Brackens and Brunell off the roster, wide receiver Jimmy Smith will become the only leftover from Jacksonville's inaugural season of 1995.
Brackens, the Jaguars' all-time sack leader, was due a $1 million roster bonus Wednesday. The 29-year-old Texas product had spent all eight years of his career in Jacksonville, recording 55 sacks in 107 games.
The defensive end, however, missed most of the 2002 season with a knee injury. He came back to play in 15 games last season and finished with five sacks.
The club also announced Tuesday, the day before free agency begins, that punter Chris Hanson and defensive end Paul Spicer agreed to new contracts.