Jaguars release C.J. Mosley


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 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.

12 responses to “Jaguars release C.J. Mosley

  1. LOL! What a laughable move! They ask themselves “how can we get better?” and then do the opposite. A model franchise.

  2. Laughable move???

    This guy was junk! Just a rotating cog in the worst defense in the entire league ….

    Did you even see this guy play???

  3. Moseley was our best lineman last year, apart from a few games from Babin. How do we cut him but keep Alualu?

  4. “benroethlisberger7 says:
    Apr 1, 2013 12:04 PM
    LOL! What a laughable move! They ask themselves “how can we get better?” and then do the opposite. A model franchise.”

    What? He was a 30 year old tackle on one of the worst defenses in the league and was set to make 2.5 million this year. This is not that complicated.

  5. Nice guy, but he was a backup to Pot Roast and we gave up more than anyone in practically every category on defense. He can go back up someone else.

  6. This team is just plain awful. Is it possible to be even worse than 2-14?

    So lets recap: Jags are in the top five in the league under the salary cap, they effectively raised season tickets by 10% (Lost a home game to London, but season ticket package is still the same price?) and refuse to sign ANYONE. And just to tweak a sizable portion of football fans in the Jacksonville area, our new GM goes out of his way to berate Tebow while the kid is on another team’s roster.

    What’s next? Killing the remaining members of Lynyrd Skynyrd? Polluting the St. Johns?

    Just move already. I’d rather watch pro football on TV than pay a fortune for Pop Warner rejects.

  7. Thank you Caldwell! Finally some good moves! Get rid of these clowns and start fresh! Mosley was terrible, yeah he beat out Knighton by the fact that Knighton was unispired, but oh my goodness it was not any better with Mosley …

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