Jaguars Sign LB Josh McNary

The Jaguars signed linebacker Josh McNary, according to a team announcement. McNary, formerly with the Colts, was non-tendered this offseason.

McNary, an Army product, appeared in all 16 regular season games for the Colts last season. He has been largely a special teams guy for Indianapolis over the last four years and that’s likely the role he’ll continue to play in with Jacksonville. His career sack total is 0.5 and he had just 13 total tackles in 2016. Still, he is a tough player who is willing to do the dirty work in the third facet of the game.

In other Jaguars news, the team recently hosted defensive tackle Dontari Poe on a visit. Poe, unsurprisingly, is among PFR’s best interior linemen remaining in free agency.

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  1. Miyagi Lee

    I only wish that our Jags had signed Dontari Poe before he left town!! That would’ve made our d-line VERY damn good!!!!

    • John Lenko

      Poe’s last two seasons have been less than stellar. He was looking for 10 million a year, but there wasn’t a team that would give him that. If he was worth it, The Colts, who’s in desperate need of a good NT, would have signed him. This year’s draft is full of talented defensive players.


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