Siliga signed a contract with the Jaguars on Friday, Mike Kaye of the First Coast News reports.
Siliga notched eight tackles in eight games with the Buccaneers last season. The seven-year vet will likely continue in a reserve role with the Jaguars.
Siliga re-signed with the Buccaneers on Saturday on a one-year contract.
A November pickup by the Bucs last season, Siliga brought some additional size to the team's defensive line last season. However, he saw limited action over six games with the club, notching just five tackles (three solo) and one sack. He will likely return to a similar role with Tampa Bay in 2017.
Siliga (calf) posted two tackles, including one sack, in Sunday's 26-20 loss to the Cowboys.
The stalwart tackle shook off a calf injury to effectively fulfill his rotational lineman role. Siliga's sack of Dak Prescott was his first of the season, and he continues to serve as a solid run-stopping presence during his typically modest allotment of playing time.
Siliga (calf) is active for Sunday's contest against the Cowboys.
Siliga was expected to play after practicing in full during the week. He'll provide depth behind starters Gerald McCoy and Clinton McDonald.
Siliga (calf) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Siliga was able to practice in full Friday and isn't expected to be limited come Sunday. He'll be expected to provide depth along the defensive front once again.
Siliga (calf) was limited in Thursday's practice, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.
The fifth-year pro logged two tackles (one solo) in Week 14 versus the Saints, and has notched three stops overall in three games with the Bucs. While his role as a rotational tackle renders his potential absence tolerable, the team's depth would naturally take a slight hit if he is sidelined.
Siliga was claimed by the Buccaneers on Wednesday.
Siliga, formerly of the Seahawks, has totaled five tackles in four appearances this season. He'll likely slot in as the Bucs' fifth defensive tackle.
Siliga was waived by the Seahawks on Tuesday, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports.
After signing with the team back in October, Siliga will be cut from the active roster after recording five combined tackles in four appearances for the Seahawks. With Siliga gone, Tony McDaniel will now likely back up both Jarran Reed and Ahtyba Rubin at left and right defensive tackle for Seattle.
Siliga re-signed with the Seahawks on Tuesday, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports.
Siliga was brought back by the Seahawks after Garrison Smith (oblique) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. The defensive tackle was given an injury settlement in the preseason after he suffered a calf injury during offseason training. Now healthy, Siliga could make an impact immediately with the team playing behind starter Ahtyba Rubin.
Siliga (calf) has been placed on the Seahawks' injured reserve list.
After signing with the team as a free agent in the offseason, Siliga opened camp on Seattle's NFI list with a calf injury and aggravated the injury in warmups before the preseason opener. No timeline has been provided for his return.
Siliga (calf) was activated from the Seahawks' NFI list Thursday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
Siliga was dealing with a calf injury earlier during training camp, but appears ready to return to the practice field. He's expected to provide depth at defensive tackle this season, likely sharing second-team reps with rookie Jarran Reed. The Seahawks' preseason opener is set for Saturday versus the Chiefs, although it remains to be seen if Siliga will be pushed into action that quick.
Siliga did not practice Tuesday due to a calf injury, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
Siliga joins Jimmy Graham (knee) and Thomas Rawls (ankle) as the lone Seahawks to watch training camp from the sidelines. No timeline has been provided for Siliga's return, but Will Pericak and Montese Overton figure to see additional second-team reps in his absence.
Patriots defensive tackle Sealver Siliga is still in a walking boot after undergoing surgery last season, per ESPN.
Siliga is considered to be one of the top-two options at defensive tackle for the team after the departure of Vince Wilfork. The 24-year-old started five of the seven games he played in 2014. He recorded 32 total tackles and 2.5 sacks last season.
The Patriots will be at nearly full strength for Sunday’s Super Bowl as the following players have been listed as probable: Tom Brady (ankle), Dont’a Hightower (shoulder), Chris Jones (elbow), Akeem Ayers (knee), Darrelle Revis (non-injury-related) and Sealver Siliga (foot).
All except Brady were limited participants in practice Friday. The only question mark is center Bryan Stork, who is questionable with a knee injury and was limited in practice Friday.
The Patriots are currently 1-point favorites against Seattle.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (ankle) was the only full participant in Thursday's practice in preparation for the Super Bowl on Feb. 1 against the Seahawks, according to 710 AM ESPN Radio in Seattle.
Cornerback Brandon Browner (knee), linebacker Dont'a Hightower (shoulder), defensive tackle Chris Jones (elbow), wide receiver Brandon LaFell (shoulder, toe), defensive lineman Sealver Siliga (foot) and center Bryan Stork (knee) were all limited participants.
The Patriots released a hypothetical Wednesday practice report during the bye week, with center Bryan Stork being listed as a DNP due to a knee injury.
Quarterback Tom Brady also appeared on the report with an ankle injury but would have participated fully in practice.
Five players would have been limited if the Patriots would have held practice Wednesday, including wide receiver Brandon LaFell (shoulder, toe), defensive linemen Chris Jones (elbow) and Sealver Siliga (foot), linebacker Dont'a Hightower (shoulder) and cornerback Brandon Browner (knee).
New England is a 1-point favorite against Seattle in Super Bowl XLIX after opening as an underdog.
Patriots defensive tackle Sealver Siliga was able to return on Sunday against the Colts.
Siliga is dealing with a foot injury. He was initially ruled questionable to return due to the issue. Following halftime, Siliga came out on the field with teammates, and appeared ready to get back into the game. He was able to do so shortly after the start of the third quarter.
The Patriots have activated defensive tackle Sealver Siliga from the short-term injured reserve list to New England's 53-man roster on Saturday, according to ESPN. Siliga was sidelined since Week 3 against Oakland due to a foot injury. He is expected to play Sunday against San Diego.
Patriots defensive tackle Sealver Siliga has returned to practice, but he remains on the injured reserve/designated to return list as he continues his recovery from a foot injury that has limited him to three games this season.
The Patriots placed defensive lineman Sealver Siliga on the injured reserve Saturday with a designation to return.
Siliga suffered a foot injury in Week 3 against the Raiders. He'll be sidelined at least eight weeks after being placed on the IR. Siliga started two of the team's first three games while recording eight tackles.