Released by the Jaguars on Friday, defensive end Jeremy Mincey has agreed to terms with the Denver Broncos per a report by ESPN.com reporter Jeff Legwold.
Mincey will be reunited with former Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio (now the Broncos defensive coordinator) and former defensive tackle Terrance Knighton (in his first year with Denver.).
Mincey, who did not start a game for the Jaguars this year, was cut on Friday after he was late for a team meeting, the last straw for him in the eyes of the team. He previously sat out games at Houston and Cleveland as a disciplinary measure.
In eight games this year, he had 14 tackles and one sack for the Jaguars.
Mincey played for Del Rio with the Jaguars from 2007-11 and had a combined 13 sacks in 2010-11, which he parlayed into a new contract.
The Broncos are tied for 15th in the NFL with 36 sacks this year.