Brought in to work out at minicamp on a tryout basis, Iwuh will likely be offered a contract by the club by the end of the weekend. It appears the club envisions Iwuh as a four-phase contributor for special-teams coordinator Dave Toub. On the first day of minicamp, Iwuh was already working with the second group on the kickoff return teams.
A four-year veteran, Iwuh played 58 games in Jacksonville, starting in three before the club released him in April. In two starts at linebacker last season, Iwuh produced 17 tackles, including a game-high 12 in an Oct. 12 loss at the Seattle Seahawks. Iwuh has tallied 64 career tackles as a linebacker.
Iwuh has also posted 61 special teams tackles, which ranks third in Jaguars franchise history.