Jaguars coach Gus Bradley isn't done challenging defensive end Jeremy Mincey.

Bradley said after Friday's practice that Mincey will likely be inactive for Sunday's game at Cleveland. The two will meet again on Saturday, but Bradley seems to have made his decision.

"I would be leaning towards he's inactive, I will say that," Bradley said.

Last week, Bradley punished Mincey for violating team rules and didn't allow him to travel with the team. Mincey was listed as inactive for the 13-6 win over Houston after being late for team meetings.

Bradley said Monday he wasn't done challenging Mincey, whose focus on the team has come into question.
Mincey, a sixth-year veteran out of Florida, has recorded 13 tackles and one sack this season.

"I just have to follow the head man's lead," Mincey said after Friday's practice. "I've got to be more consistent with being a team guy and doing everything the right way. It's not on the field. I just had a lot going on as a human. The human element kicks in sometimes and you make bad decisions and mistakes. I have to build my trust back up with the coaches and the team."