Three former UF standouts were ruled out for the remainder of the NFL season Wednesday because of injuries:
— The Arizona Cardinals’ placed starting left tackle D.J. Humphries on injured reserve with a knee injury.
No surgery is planned, at least not yet, Wilks said.
— The Oakland Raiders placed safety Reggie Nelson on injured reserve with a shoulder injury. The 34-year-old Nelson capped his 11th season with 25 tackles and two interceptions. Nelson will become an unrestricted free agent following this season.
— The Washington Redskins placed cornerback Quinton Dunbar on injured reserve. Dunbar has been bothered by a nerve problem in his leg and appeared in only seven of the Redskins’ 12 games.
Former UF players already out for the NFL season: Keanu Neal (Atlanta), Max Garcia (Denver), DeAndre Goolsby (Jacksonville), Jaylen Watkins (LA Chargers), Dominique Easley (L.A. Rams), Jon Halapio (NY Giants), Marcus Maye (NY Jets), Eddy Piñeiro (Oakland), Jake McGee (Pittsburgh) and Vernon Hargreaves III (Tampa Bay).