Mitchell wins over jags at mini-camp
In a move that signals the organization's displeasure with starting tight end Kyle Brady, the Jacksonville Jaguars signed five-year veteran Johnny Mitchell, who hasn't played in a regular-season game since 1996.
The addition of Mitchell, 32, came after he auditioned for Jags officials at a weekend mini-camp. He signed a one-year contract for the minimum base salary of $530,000.
Even though he has been out of the league for several years, and failed in previous comeback attempts, Mitchell ...
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