The New York Jets made a signing before free agency, bringing tight end Jeff Cumberland back on a three-year deal.
From Manish Mehta the New York Daily News:
The Jets kicked off what promises to be a flurry of moves to improve its offense by securing one of its valued skill position players in the run-up to free agency. The Daily News first reported Friday night that the Jets agreed to terms on a three-year deal with tight end Jeff Cumberland.
They might not be done either, they’re looking to add another free agent in the off season.
The Jets have had internal discussions about veteran tight ends Brandon Pettigrew, Ed Dickson and Scott Chandler, according to two team sources. Gang Green is also expected to add at least one wide receiver in free agency. The league’s three-day negotiating window begins Saturday. The official start of free agency is Tuesday at 4 pm.
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