Jonotthan Harrison agreed to terms on a deal that will keep him with the Jets, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News tweets.
While terms are not immediately available, this may be the third one-year contract Harrison has agreed to with the Jets. He played on a one-year, $880K pact in 2018 and ended up starting eight games and playing in all 16.
The former Colts starter initially caught on with the Jets in 2017, playing in eight games and starting one. He did not grade out well, in the view of Pro Football Focus, last season. But this may profile as a depth signing for Gang Green, with the plan being to chase some veteran talent in free agency.
Harrison started the Jets’ final seven games at center last season. Spencer Long, who was not especially effective at the center spot in 2018, has since been released. While the Jets are expected to add a center and possibly a guard in free agency, they now have a swing player in the 27-year-old Harrison.
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