Sen'Derrick Marks DL JAC 5 Months

The Jaguars want to reduce DT Sen'Derrick Marks' snaps in an effort to keep him fresh.

Marks played 83 percent of the defensive snaps in 2013 and had an outstanding season that netted him a four-year, $22 million extension. He started all 16 games for the first time in his career and registered 34 tackles and career-highs in sacks (4), pass breakups (8), and forced fumbles (2). As the three-technique, he concentrates on penetrating gaps and getting to the quarterback for the Jags.

Sen'Derrick Marks DL JAC 11 Months

Jaguars signed DT Sen'Derrick Marks to a four-year, $22 million contract extension.

Marks inked a one-year, $1.5 million deal with the Jaguars in April after spending four seasons with the Titans. He's started all 15 games and registered a career-best four sacks, eight pass breakups, and two forced fumbles. In terms of pass rushing, Marks is a top-six defensive tackle at Pro Football Focus. His new $5.5 million annual average puts him in the top-13 highest-paid defensive tackles in the league. Marks will turn 26 years old in February.

Sen'Derrick Marks DL JAC Jan 11 '79

Jaguars agreed to terms with DT Sen'Derrick Marks, formerly of the Titans, on a one-year contract.

Sen'Derrick Marks DL JAC Jan 10 '79

The Jaguars are hosting DT Sen'Derrick Marks for a free-agent visit on Monday.

Tyson Alualu is Jacksonville's only defensive tackle who's made an NFL start. Marks is 26 years old and was the 62nd overall pick in the 2009 draft. The Jags would probably consider Marks if he's willing to sign for dirt cheap.

Sen'Derrick Marks DL JAC Jan 03 '79

Free agent DT Sen'Derrick Marks' rep insists his client is receiving "plenty" of interest, but doesn't expect a new deal with the Titans.

Marks hasn't been publicly linked to any teams since the start of free agency, but is supposedly "entertaining offers from other teams, long and short term." Marks' rep said the Titans don't have "any interest" in a short-term deal. That would suggest they're only interested in bringing him back if the bulk of the cap charge can be offloaded to future seasons. Marks is going to get role-player money.

Sen'Derrick Marks DL JAC Dec 19 '78

The New York Daily News is "told" that one of the teams interested in free agent DT Sen'Derrick Marks is the Giants.

Sen'Derrick Marks DL JAC Dec 19 '78

The Nashville Tennessean reports "five teams" have shown interest in free agent DT Sen'Derrick Marks.

None of the teams that are interested are known, but Marks' agent is doing a great job of drumming up interest. He's been gaining plenty of perceived buzz for the past couple of weeks. The Titans want Marks back, but they're not going to overpay with capable in-house replacements available.

Sen'Derrick Marks DL JAC Dec 17 '78

Free agent DT Sen'Derrick Marks will test the open market.

Marks has been generating plenty of buzz since the Combine, and he's expected to be highly sought after for some odd reason. He's never lit up the stat sheet, he isn't overly big, and he has just three career sacks. However, Marks, 26, is still young and, he was a former second-round pick.

Sen'Derrick Marks DL JAC Dec 10 '78

The Titans and free agent DT Sen'Derrick Marks are "still not close" to a long-term deal.

Marks' play has been spotty throughout his career, but he just turned 26 last week and is coming off a career-high 41 tackles last season. The former second-round pick out of Auburn is expected to draw "plenty of interest" on the open market after generating "a lot of buzz" at the Combine.

Sen'Derrick Marks DL JAC Dec 03 '78

The Titans have discussed a long-term deal with free agent DT SenDerrick Marks, but there's "still work to be done."

Beat writer Jim Wyatt previously reported the Titans want Marks back, but only at their price. The four-year veteran is expected to draw "plenty of interest" in free agency. Marks isn't a viable candidate for the franchise tag.