Defensive end Jeremy Mincey will reunite with Jack Del Rio in Denver after agreeing to terms with the Broncos, according to ESPN.com.
Mincey was with the Jaguars organization from 2006 until this year, when the veteran began violating team rules. Jacksonville ultimately released him, though he was able to find a home shortly after.
Mincey played for Del Rio, the Broncos' defensive coordinator, when he was Jacksonville's head coach. For his career, Mincey has 160 total tackles and 20 sacks.
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