New York Jets added their offensive line on the same day, one of their stars blocking left training. However, he was not a possible substitute for Mekhi Becton. He is also not a former Pro Bowler who has just met the team during the weekend.
According to Tom Pelissero from the NFL Network, Jets signed Caleb Benenoch guard with a one -year contract.
Signing a midfielder who only played once in the last three years that was not pleasing to some jets fans, especially in the middle of the new Duane Brown report to visit the team.
But adding Benenoch may not affect their pursuit of Brown, a tackle that will be very useful if Becton’s right knee injury is more serious than the team shown previously on Monday.
Beneroch started 16 matches at the right guard for Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2018. He signed a contract and was cut by many teams without looking at any play time to start one match for New Orleans Saints last season.
The 28 -year -old player adds depth to the offensive line that can still sign Brown before the season begins.