The Jacksonville Jaguars have released Mosley. Mosley spent the last three seasons with the Jaguars, starting 15 games and recording 136 tackles.|||||||
He won the starting job over Terrance Knighton last season. He started 12 games in 2012 and had a career-best 80 tackles. He also had 2 1/2 sacks and three fumble recoveries. Mosley has eight years in the league, spending time with Minnesota, the New York Jets, Cleveland and Jacksonville.
Jacksonville signed Mosley on Tuesday.|||||||
The sixth-year defensive lineman has played in 59 games for Minnesota, the New York Jets and Cleveland. sixth-round pick by the Vikings in 2005, Mosley has eight career sacks and 80 tackles. He spent last season with the Browns, but ended the year on injured reserve. Mosley likely will play defensive tackle for Jacksonville, which has given up on Derrick Harvey. Versatile Jeremy Mincey is expected to get Harvey's repetitions, leaving Jacksonville with four defensiv
Mosley is done for the season with a leg injury.|||||||
Mosley got hurt in the first quarter of Sunday's loss to San Diego. The team placed Mosley on injured reserve, the fifth Cleveland defensive player to go on IR. Mosley, who played for Mangini with the New York Jets, was expected to get more playing time with Kenyon Coleman nursing a knee injury and nose tackle Shaun Rogers out with a season-ending injury. Mosley started for Coleman against the Chargers.
Mosley signed with the Browns on Friday.|||||||
Mosley spent the past three seasons with the New York Jets, where he played for Eric Mangini, formerly the head coach, along with several of Mangini's assistants who are also now with the Browns. Mosley had 17 total tackles, 1.5 sacks and two passes broken up last season.