Joyner (triceps) is healthy again after spending the majority of last season on injured reserve, Jack Bell of the Jets' official site reports.

Joyner signed a one-year deal with the Jets last offseason and was expected to serve as a starting safety. However, that plan was derailed after the 2014 second-round pick suffered a season-ending triceps injury during the first game of the season. Now healthy and back on another one-year contract, he projects to reclaim his starting spot in the secondary next to Jordan Whitehead, who signed a two-year deal this offseason.

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