Not even an hour after inking defensive tackle Terrell McClain to a contract, the Dallas Cowboys have made another move and it’s just as unspectacular as the first.
Cowboys sign Jeremy Mincey to a two-year contract
There’s no confirmation of such, but given the hole left by the release of DeMarcus Ware, it’s likely that Mincey will take over his position unless the Cowboys come up with something more creative.
Mincey is a seven-year NFL veteran who was drafted in the sixth round of the 2006 draft out of Florida.
He spent the first seven years of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars though finished up his 2013 season with the Denver Broncos.
Mincey’s best season came in 2011 when he amassed 8 sacks and 57 tackles, though has struggled to see much playing time during the past few seasons.
Just another depth add for the Cowboys who aren’t exactly appeasing their fan base.