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Jets sign WR Jonathon Rumph
by Sean d'Oliveira |

The Jets announced the signing of wide receiver Jets signed Jonathon Rumph on Monday, reports Newsday

Rumph played two seasons at the University of Georgia and totaled 18 catches for 297 yards and one touchdown.

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Jets SS Calvin Pryor back at natural position
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

Calvin Pryor's rookie season with the Jets didn't go exactly as planned, as the team had the safety playing more of a coverage role, which took away his ability to be a big hitter. 

This season, under new coach Todd Bowles' revamped secondary, Pryor will play closer to the line of scrimmage, allowing him to literally and figuratively make more of an impact, per Prior had no interceptions, forced fumbles or fumble recoveries last season. 

"Yes, I feel like I'll be able to make more plays and make things happen for the defense," Pryor said. "I'm not really trying to think back on last year. I'm just trying to look forward and see what happens this year."

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Jets G Willie Colon fighting to leave NFL on his own terms
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

Willie Colon is very self-aware. He knows 32-year-old linemen, entering their 10th season in the league are often looked at as sparable. He wants to avoid that, per The New York Post.

Colon is working hard this offseason with the Jets, after signing a one-year deal to remain with the team. He knows that the extra work is the only thing that can keep him around.

“I never want to go home and sit on the couch and wonder, ‘Maybe I could have done this better. Maybe I could have prepared a little better;’ I never wanted that feeling,’’ Colon said. “I want to feel like if anything ever happens [getting cut], it wasn’t due to my play, it was a decision that the front office made. I always want to feel like I gave it all I got.’’

The veteran guard has started every game for the Jets the last two seasons.

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Report: Jets rework WR Brandon Marshall's contract
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall is set to make more money after the team reworked his contract, per

Marshall's contract, which was worth $24.3 million over the next three seasons, now has a maximum value of $26 million, including an additional $1.3 million in full guarantees.

Marshall was scheduled to earn up to $7.7 million this season, which included his base salary and a workout bonus. He will now earn $9 million.

Overall, Marshall's restructured deal allows him to earn $2.7 million more in the next two years, but he can potentially earn $1 million less in 2017 than he was previously scheduled.

Marshall signed with the Jets this offseason after catching 61 passes for 721 yards and eight touchdowns for the Bears last season.

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Report: QB Matt Simms asked for release from Jets
by Marty Gitlin |

Third-year quarterback Matt Simms asked for his release from the Jets on Thursday, a source close to the situation told The Record.

Simms, who had no comment when reached, apparently saw little future with that team when it selected Bryce Petty in the draft. He wanted to test the free agent market before mandatory minicamps began in June. If he clears waivers, he can sign with any team.

The 26-year-old Simms has played in just four career games with a poor 48.7 completion rate.

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