McNary’s new NFL home: Jacksonville

Josh McNary is staying in the AFC South.

McNary, a 2011 West Point graduate, signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars as an unrestricted free agent Thursday. Army’s all-time sack leader played his first four seasons with the Colts. McNary made eight starts at inside linebacker in 49 games for Indianapolis.

In 2016, McNary led the Colts with nine special-teams tackles. The Colts did not tender McNary an offer, making him a free agent.

The Jaguars have also added Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell, Cowboys safety Barry Church and Texans corneback A.J. Bouye in free agency.

Terms of McNary’s deal were not released. McNary, who made $675,000 last season, and Steelers tackle Ali Villanueva are the lone former Army football players in the NFL.

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