Jaguars agree to terms with Sen’Derrick Marks

AP

The Jaguars moved to secure one of the better free-agent defensive tackles left on the market, agreeing to a one-year deal with Tennessee’s Sen’Derrick Marks. The club announced the move Tuesday afternoon.

Marks, 26, is entering his fifth NFL season. He recorded 41 tackles in 14 games (all starts) for the Titans in 2012. Marks was No. 68 in PFT’s 2013 free agent rankings, which were compiled before the start of the league year.

News of Marks’ agreement with the Jaguars comes not long after the Bills had announced they had signed free-agent tackle Alan Branch, who was No. 34 on PFT’s Free Agent Hot 100. The Marks and Branch deals leave Sedrick Ellis (No. 66) as the top unsigned tackle on the market in PFT’s rankings.

The Jaguars added former Buccaneers tackle Roy Miller earlier in free agency.

13 responses to “Jaguars agree to terms with Sen’Derrick Marks

  1. Never really made his mark in TEN. Far too inconsistent and often injured or out of shape. If he doesn’t put up this year, he’s likely out of the league soon. Has potential, but doesn’t seem to have the necessary drive.

  2. I like the overall plan of Caldwell and the Jags this off season. They are loading the team with guys who are 25-28 years old, some talent but haven’t really taken off yet and have something to prove. They are getting them cheaply and effeciently. A year ago nobody thought Phillip Wheeler or Paul Kruger would sign massive deals a year later. If the Jags hit it big on a few guys it’s much better and safer than what they have been doing. I like where this team is going and I think Gus can get the most out of his defensive guys.

  3. peytonsneck18 says:Apr 2, 2013 3:47 PM

    Loser joining a loser team

    ‘Kay peytonsneck, but your mouth is overloading your butt. Branch will take out your favorite running back and Bradley will take out your favorite team.
    Watch bud, the Jags are going to get ALOT better.
    Peytonsneck = stupid beyond belief

  4. He might be good for depth, but don’t give him too much credit. If he was really that promising, the Titans would have kept him, instead of signing Hill from Detroit.

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