The move was not a surprise, considering Harrison has been working out with the team during voluntary camps. He tallied 30 solo tackles last season for New York.
Harrison is the team's starting nose tackle, while Jarrett is a backup safety.
If a team wants to sign Harrison, and the Jets don't match the offer, the Jets would receive a second-round pick in this year's draft due to his tender.
For Jarrett to be signed by an opposing team, they would have to give up a third-round draft choice.
Both contracts are worth $2.356 million.
Meanwhile, the following players were deemed probable: Safety
A rather lengthy
The probables are tight end
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