Do I hear a toilet flush? Well, I say the Jags are offically done for 2010....can't wait for the draft. You guys can count 2 wins vs. Jags.. the broom is sweeping back this year. Jags bring back Bouman, consider Ramsey with other QBs hurtNFL.com Wire Reports Published: Oct. 19, 2010 at 07:48 p.m. Updated: Oct. 19, 2010 at 01:00 a.m. Liked: 0 | Comments: 37 Email Like Print Read Discuss Friend(s) Email Your Email Send Email By NFL.com Wire Reports More Columns > The Jacksonville Jaguars could have two quarterbacks signed off the street and suited up Sunday. With starter David Garrard and backup Trent Edwards both injured, the Jaguars on Tuesday re-signed veteran Todd Bouman. To make roster room, the team released safety Gerald Alexander. For more on the Jacksonville Jaguars, check out the latest from our bloggers. » Blog Blitz: Jaguars The Jaguars also are planning to look at free-agent quarterback Patrick Ramsey, whom the New Orleans Saints released in final roster cuts this offseason. Garrard left Monday night's 30-3 loss to the Tennessee Titans with a concussion in the second quarter, and Edwards injured his right thumb while playing the rest of the game. Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio said on his weekly radio show Tuesday night that "there's a strong possibility we won't have either guy" during practice Wednesday. Del Rio added there was a chance that Garrard and Edwards could be back for Sunday's road game against the Kansas City Chiefs. But Garrard needs to pass the NFL's strict post-concussion guidelines, and a league source told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora that the quarterback hasn't even been cleared to practice. Given the short week, it will be difficult, if not impossible, for Garrard to return. Edwards is hurting and also still learning the playbook after being picked up three weeks ago, so the Jaguars (3-3) are preparing for the worst. That would be Bouman starting and Ramsey possibly serving as his backup. The Jaguars signed Bouman last month after backup Luke McCown sustained a season-ending knee injury. Bouman spent two weeks on the active roster before he was released Oct. 5. Bouman has played in 42 games with six starts for the Saints and Minnesota Vikings in his NFL career, which began in 1997. He spent four weeks on Jacksonville's roster in 2007 and also was with the team during training camp in 2008 and 2009. Unlock HQ Video HQ video delivered by Akamai Bouman signed with the Baltimore Ravens before the 2008 opener and spent the entire season with them. He was their No. 3 quarterback for the final 10 weeks, including the playoffs. Garrard has been inconsistent all season. He threw four interceptions in a Sept. 19 loss at San Diego and was benched. He was sacked seven times the next week in a home loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, prompting the Jaguars to claim Edwards off waivers from the Buffalo Bills. Garrard bounced back in wins over the Indianapolis Colts and the Bills, but he struggled again against the Titans. Garrard was 7-of-12 passing for 49 yards with an interception. He also was plagued by two dropped passes. Edwards was 14-of-24 passing for 140 yards with two interceptions. He also was sacked twice. The Associated Press contributed to this report.