New York Jets free agency update (day three)


Day three of free agency is nearly in the books; here’s your evening update on the New York Jets:


– Late Tuesday night, the Jets and free-agent receiver Eric Decker came to terms on a 5-year, $36 million deal. Decker had 87 receptions for 1,288 yards and 11 touchdowns catching passes from Peyton Manning in Denver last season.

– We’ve learned the length of the Breno Giacomini contract:

– The Jets also announced the re-signing of another player:

Sanchez Update

– Mark Sanchez is still a Jet.


– For everyone who was calling for Kellen Clemens to come back, my condolences:


– Still no more news on the Jets’ status with Maurice Jones-Drew. We heard a couple days ago that the former Jacksonville Jaguar had interest in coming to New York, but still, that’s all we know.

– Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that free-agent receiver Emmanuel Sanders may now be in the mix for next season:

– Antonio Cromartie is in relatively intense negotiations with the Arizona Cardinals:

– The Tennessee Titans signed Charlie Whitehurst and that means there may be a new quarterback on the market:

– Brian Costello of the New York Post is dropping theories on us:

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