The Jaguars have released Parnell.
The same official tweet that delivered the news regarding the right tackle also noted that the Jaguars parted ways with Malik Jackson, Tashaun Gipson, Carson Tinker and Carlos Hyde. Cutting Parnell saves the team $6 million in cap space for 2019, with the moves collectively freeing up plenty of cash in advance of free agency. QB Nick Foles is the most obvious fit for Jacksonville on that front, now that additional financial resources have been freed up.
Parnell (knee) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
Parnell was already ruled out for Week 16, his second consecutive absence, so it is no surprise the Jaguars opted to send him to IR. He will now set his sights on the 2019 season.
Parnell (knee) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports.
Parnell will miss his second straight game with the knee injury. Josh Wells (knee) was activated off injured reserve prior to Week 15 and should again start at right tackle for the Jaguars.
Parnell (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Redskins, Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL reports.
Parnell was unable to practice this week due to the knee issue and will miss his first game of the season. Corey Robinson could grab the start at right tackle, though Josh Wells (groin) -- who is eligible to return off injured reserve -- could also be activated and take over.
Parnell's injury has been diagnosed as a knee issue, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.
Coach Doug Marrone said Parnell is "pretty banged up," and his status for Sunday is in serious question. The depth for Jacksonville's offensive line would take a serious hit if Parnell sits out, as they'd be left with only one starting offensive lineman against Washington.
Parnell (knee) won't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Tennessee.
Parnell was a limited participant with the knee injury early in the week, but he was able to practice fully Friday to avoid the questionable tag. The 32-year-old will have his usual starting role at right tackle for Jacksonville on Sunday.
Parnell (knee) returned to practice Monday, Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com reports.
Parnell's absence allowed Josh Wells to see reps at starting right tackle. Parnell will slot back into his starting job during Saturday's third preseason game against the Falcons.
Parnell (knee) did not play in Saturday's preseason game at Minnesota, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports.
Parnell also sat out the preseason opener as he deals with an unspecified knee injury. It remains unclear how long the 32-year-old is expected to be sidelined, and Josh Wells is seeing reps at starting right tackle in his absence.
Parnell is dealing with a knee injury and did not play in Thursday's preseason game against the Saints, Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com reports.
It's unclear when exactly Parnell sustained the injury or how serious the issue is. The 32-year-old's participation -- or lack thereof -- once the Jaguars resume practice should offer more clarity on Parnell's status.
Parnell (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Colts, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports.
The starting right tackle returns to the fold after missing the last three games with the knee issue. His availability should upgrade the Jaguars' pass protection.
Parnell (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Colts, Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com reports.
Parnell has missed three consecutive games and was initially designated questionable before being downgraded for each contest. As has been the norm recently, the 31-year-old was a limited participant in practice this week, so it remains unclear how likely he is to play against the Colts.
Parnell (knee) is out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com reports.
Parnell will miss his third consecutive game Sunday, opening a spot in the starting lineup for Josh Wells.
Parnell (knee) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's contest versus the Cardinals.
Parnell has been able to practice in limited fashion the last two days and is looking like a true game-time decision Sunday. The veteran tackle has been sidelined the previous two games. William Poehls figures to fill in should Parnell ultimately remain sidelined.
Parnell (knee) was downgraded to out for Sunday's game against the Browns.
Parnell did not practice all week and did not travel with the team after originally being ruled questionable for the game. Look for William Poehls to get the start right tackle Sunday as a result.
Parnell is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns with a knee injury, Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union reports.
Parnell failed to practice in any capacity from Wednesday through Friday, seemingly making it unlikely that he'll be able to play Sunday, despite the questionable designation. William Poehls would likely pick up the start at right tackle if Parnell can't give it a go.
Parnell (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com reports.
Parnell is now slated to miss his first contest of the season, while Josh Wells is in line to start at right tackle in his place.
Parnell (groin) was a full participant at Friday's practice.
Parnell sat out of practice on Wednesday and Thursday nursing his groin injury. The fact that he returned to practice without any limitations and is not listed on the Jaguars' final injury Week 2 report gives the impression that he should be good to go Sunday.
The Jaguars made the signing of offensive tackle Jermey Parnell official on Wednesday, per the team's official website. He reportedly agreed to a five-year, $32-million deal with Jacksonville, after serving as the Cowboys' swing tackle last season. He graded 20th out of 84 offensive tackles last season, per Pro Football Focus.
Offensive tackle Jeremy Parnell is expected to sign a five-year, $32-million deal with the Jaguars, NFL.com reports.
Parnell served as the Cowboys' swing tackle last season, and the team reportedly faced a choice between bring him or right tackle Doug Free back in 2015. Free agreed to a three-year deal last week.
Parnell graded 20th out of 84 offensive tackles last season, per Pro Football Focus.
Cowboys starting right tackle Doug Free and backup Jermey Parnell are both headed to free agency. Free started 11 games and missed five others with foot injuries. Parnell started those five, plus the two playoff games, and Dallas didn't miss a beat.
“That’s another decision we have to make,” Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “Jermey played really well and I think a lot of teams will throw on the tape and watch him play and probably a lot of people will consider him a starter.
“We’ll have to make a tough decision there with Doug and Jermey. Hopefully we’ll at least keep one of them.”