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Roy Miller injury: Jaguars DT's tendonitis no longer an issue

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Dean Mouhtaropoulos

The Jacksonville Jaguars signed defensive tackle Roy Miller during the 2013 free agency period, a nice under the radar type signing, to fit into their new defensive front. Miller is a big body who can play the one-technique position on the defensive line and stuff the run, but he's been hold out of practices thus far dealing with tendonitis in his knee.

If the Jaguars had to play a game in a week however, Miller would be able to put on the pads and play according to Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell.

Thankfully there isn't a game in a week and Miller has plenty of time to get fully healthy before training camp begins at the end of July. He should be heavy in the Jaguars rotation on gameday if he's not starting, rotating with Kyle Love at the one-technique position.

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