Jaguars keep Jeremy Mincey in fold with four-year pact

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Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times Union reports that the Jaguars have re-signed defensive end Jeremy Mincey.

Per, the deal is for four years.

Mincey drew interest on Tuesday from the Chicago Bears, and the Cleveland Browns at one point were said to be making a run at him. Instead, Mincey stayed in Jacksonville, where he broke out in 2011 as the Jags’ featured pass rusher.

The Jaguars need another rusher, though, and they may still use their first-round pick on a bookend for Mincey. In mock drafts, the Jags are commonly linked to North Carolina’s Quinton Coples and South Carolina’s Melvin Ingram.

10 responses to “Jaguars keep Jeremy Mincey in fold with four-year pact

  1. Mario Williams will be the DE on the other side. I am hearing that he is coming to Jax to sign a monster huge contract.

  2. In the late hours the jags take care of their players first … That’s building a winning team … Now we just either need L. Robinson or B. Lloyd

  3. Well someone on a Jags blog said Mario is coming to Jacksonville. If I read it in a blog it has to be right, right?

  4. Can’t win ’em all Bears fans… so we ain’t getting Mario or Mincey? dang… Mincey is underrated. Good resigning by JAX. Their defense is going to be good again (resigned Lowery too) but they need to do something about that offense because jesus…

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