31-Year-Old Defensive End – Dallas Cowboys
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
Mincey revived his career with the Cowboys last season, starting all 16 games and recording 36 tackles and a team-high six sacks, but his role figures to diminish in 2015 given the additions of Greg H...
Jeremy Mincey Contract Information:
Agreed to a two-year, $4.5 million contract with the Cowboys in March 2014.
Mincey ended his holdout Sunday, the Dallas Morning News reports.
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Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)He's seeking to renegotiate his contract, which is set to pay him $1.5 million in base salary, after leading the Cowboys in sacks last season with six. Mincey's role figures to be greatly diminished in 2015 though with DeMarcus Lawrence healthy, Greg Hardy's suspension reduced to four games and rookie Randy Gregory also looking for snaps in pass-rush situations, so he's not exactly in a great bargaining position.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Mincey hasn't come close to repeating his 2011 success (57 tackles and eight sacks) in the two seasons since, but he should be a useful part of the Cowboys' defensive line rotation.
Mincey will start at defensive end for the Jaguars and posted 41 tackles (35 solo) and 3 sacks last season.
Mincey was not especially productive on a per-play basis for Jacksonville last year, but he nonetheless should rack up decent numbers in 2012 because he plays so many snaps in an exceptionally weak Jacksonville defensive-end rotation. Mincey finished 2011 – his first year as a full-time starter – with 57 tackles (40 solo) and added eight sacks, one interception and four forced fumbles. A five-sack showing as an eight-game starter in 2010 gives further reason to believe Mincey isn't a fluke. His ceiling seems low, but he’s a good bet for passable numbers.
Mincey will battle for a roster spot on the Jags' d-line in 2009.
Mincey will struggle to earn a roster spot in training camp, and should be a reserve at best.
Mincey did not see the field in 2006 with Jacksonville after being released by the Patriots during training camp. He may see some playing time in 2007, but not nearly enough to warrant fantasy consideration.
Mincey played defensive end in college but the sixth-rounder likely will be groomed as an edge rusher with the Pats.