The Jaguars have released defensive tackle C.J. Mosley, John Oehser of the club’s website reported Monday.
The 6-2, 310-pound Mosley could be a fit for a club looking to add interior-line depth. He started a career-high 13 games for Jacksonville in 2012, notching 45 tackles and 2.5 sacks.
Mosley was slated to make $2.475 million in salary in 2013, per Rotoworld.com figures.
Mosley, 29, has previously played for the Vikings (2005), Jets (2006-2008) and Browns (2009). He signed with Jacksonville in October 2010.
According to Pro Football Focus, Mosley played 624 snaps for the Jaguars last season, third most among the club’s tackles.
Another Jaguars tackle from a season ago, Terrance Knighton, has moved on to Denver. However, the Jaguars did add former Buccaneers tackle Roy Miller.