You’ll recall a few days ago when we told you that Jaguars DE Jeremy Mincey had overtaken former first-round pick Derrick Harvey for the right to start at defensive end for Jacksonsville.
Well, the storyline has changed a bit since that story ran.
As the Florida Times-Union writes, a few hours after the Jaguars made that announcement, Mincey – who, mind you, has never started an NFL game – broke his right hand in practice.
Mincey, who has practiced the past two days, is listed as questionable on the injury report for the week, and if he can’t play, it looks like Harvey could retake the starting spot.
From the story:
"The doctor told me I had really strong bones," Mincey said. "I just keep having these freak things."
Mincey said he suffered the injury during a pass-rush drill in which he came off a block too fast. He broke his right hand last year as well and broke his left wrist in 2007 and 2008.
"I told him to drink more milk," Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio said.
On a positive note, at least everybody is keeping their sense of humor.
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