Posted March 12, 2012 on
The Jacksonville Jaguars were once expected to hold onto standout defensive end Jeremy Mincey by trying to hammer out a deal before free agency begins.
That hasn’t happened, though.
With 24 hours remaining before the official launch of the signing period, the likelihood of that happening seems extremely slim now.
The Jaguars have roughly $36.2 million in salary-cap room to spend.
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The Bears hit one pitch out of the park early on in the free agent period, trading for troubled but talented wide receiver Brandon Marshall, but they fell short on the one prize of free agency they really wanted, defensive end Jeremy Mincey, as he has reportedly signed a four year contract to stick it out in Jacksonville instead.
According to Scout.com’s Aaron Wilson, the deal...
Chicago is in the market for former Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Jeremy Mincey, a five-year veteran who had a breakout season in 2011.
The Browns shouldn’t want to waste any time finding someone to play opposite Jabaal Sheard on the defensive line. According to reports out of Chicago and re-broadcast by the Plain Dealer, the Browns are looking at Jeremy Mincey most recently from the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Mincey had 8 sacks, 4 forced fumbles and an interception in 2011 for the Jaguars. It was his fourth year in...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have a wish list for free agency. It's just not nearly as long as the one they put together last year.
Although new owner Shahid Khan said he would spend to the $120.6 million salary cap in 2012, general manager Gene Smith made it clear the team plans to build through the draft.
So the Jaguars expect to add just a few select players in free agency,...
Just hours before the 2012 NFL Free Agency frenzy kicked into full swing at 4:00pm EST on Tuesday, the Jacksonville Jaguars announced that they will be releasing wide receiver and special teams standout Kassim Osgood and re-signing punter Nick Harris.
Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times Union first reported the news of Harris’ re-signing. The 33-year-old punter was with the...
The Jacksonville Jaguars and defensive end Jeremy Mincey agreed on a four-contract extension Wednesday.Mincey tested the open market for several hours Wednesday morning and received an offer from the Chicago Bears, but chose to stay with the Jaguars.The deal includes $9 million guaranteed and could max out at $27.2 million.Mincey had a career-high eight sacks last season.
Wide receiver Laurent Robinson is slated to visit the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Robinson collected three 100-yard receiving performances in 2011, and even more impressively reached the end zone in eight of the last 10 games - and would provide a major boost to a Jacksonville club that has the very worst receiving corps in the NFL.
As Peyton Manning evaluates his choices between the final three teams under consideration Arizona, Denver, and Miami it's being reported that Denver has been working with the Jacksonville Jaguars on a trade that could bring Tim Tebow back to Florida where he holds a legendary status dating back to his college days.
Back in the 2010 NFL draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars gambledthat they would be able to select quarterback Tim Tebow with either their thirdround pick or have the opportunity to move up and draft him in the secondround. Unfortunately, Denver Broncos ex-coach Josh McDaniels hadother plans. McDaniels shocked everyone and selected Tebow with the 25thoverall pick. No one else had Tebow...