Video: Jeremy Mincey's "Mr. Mince" Theme Song

New Denver Broncos defensive end Jeremy Mincey has his own theme song . . . and it's actually pretty good.

Update: We have been informed that Mincey's actual theme song can be found here. See the original story below.

On Tuesday, the Denver Broncos signed free agent defensive end Jeremy Mincey and waived center J.D. Walton (who was later claimed by the Washington Redskins). Much to our delight, Mincey has his own YouTube theme song.

The 6'4", 265-pound eighth-year linebacker was more than happy to join the 11-3 Broncos after spending the last seven seasons as a member of the woeful Jacksonville Jaguars.

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning seemingly alluded to Mincey's former team after practice on Wednesday.

"I'm sure he's excited to win some games (here)," Manning said, via Darren McKee. After realizing what he had just implied, Manning corrected himself: "Wait that didn't sound good."

Two years ago, Mincey was a 16-game starter under former Jaguars head coach and Broncos current defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio. During his final season with Del Rio, Mincey recorded 8 sacks.

This season, Denver's defense has recorded 36 sacks, which ranks 15th in the NFL a year removed from leading the league with 52 team sacks. The Broncos are hoping Mincey provides a spark to a Denver pass rush that has been spotty this season.

If he can rush the quarterback as well as he can rap, fans are going to love Mr. Mince.

(Hat tip to Joan Niesen of the Denver Post for the video find.)

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