Colorado School Of Mines' Marc Schiechl Will Sign With Jacksonville Jaguars

After the long wait, it's finally over for Colorado School of Mines DE/LB Marc Schiechl. The Oredigger is set to sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday morning, the time when undrafted rookie free agents are allowed to sign with the teams. This report comes for ProLinkSports.

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Schiechl is a 6-foot-2, 252-pound defender who holds the NCAA Division II record for 46 career sacks. He spent the summer working out with Loren Landow's camp, the one that merged with Broncos safety Brian Dawkins' camp. Schiechl hopefully learned some important things while there with so many NFL players.

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Schiechl fits the mold of a 3-4 linebacker, which Broncos fans should be familiar with. Josh McDaniels attempted to do that with Robert Ayers last year. Will the Jaguars keep him on the defensive line or will they attempt to make him a linebacker? Isn't it a great thing to be finally thinking about something like this rather than a collective bargaining agreement?

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Check out Big Cat Country to find out how Jaguars fans are is reacting to this move.

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