JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Jaguars released punter Brad Nortman on Monday.

Nortman spent two seasons in Jacksonville after signing a four-year deal in 2016. The Jaguars will save $2.25 million in cap space with Nortman's release, a league source told First Coast News.

The Jaguars selected Mississippi State punter Logan Cooke in the seventh round of this past weekend's draft to replace Nortman.

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Over the past two seasons, Nortman averaged 45.2 yards per punt. His net average was 39.4 yards per punt.

2018 NFL Draft: Jaguars select punter Logan Cooke in seventh round

Nortman spent his first four NFL seasons with the Carolina Panthers. The Wisconsin alum was a sixth-round pick in 2012.

With Nortman out of the picture, Cooke will take over as the team's primary punter this offseason.

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