Dirocco mentions that if the two sides are able to figure something out that works for both parties, it would make sense for the Jaguars to bring him back, considering the lack of depth they have at the defensive end position.
Last we heard, the Jaguars were expected to release him, however, taking a pay cut is usually a good way to get the team to reconsider your roster spot.
Babin, 33, has two years remaining on his contract and stands to make $6 million per season over the remainder of this deal. He’ll count $6.175 million against the Jaguars salary cap in 2014.
This past season, Babin produced 40 tackles, 7.5 sacks and three forced fumbles for the Jaguars defense.