The Jets have signed two players as the legal tampering window of free agency starts to open. Offensive Guard Laken Tomlinson has been signed from the 49ers for $40 million over a three year contract. Also, wide receiver Braxton Berrios has been signed for $12 million over two years.
The NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported the news via Twitter on Monday.
The #Jets are signing G Laken Tomlinson to a 3 year deal worth $40M, Max Value of $41.2M, $27M Guaranteed.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 14, 2022
Berrios earned a First Team All-Pro selection as a kick return specialist in 2021. He had a total of 852 kick return yards, and also had a 102-yard return touchdown, which was the longest return in the entire NFL last season. As a receiver, he had 431 yards and two touchdowns.
Tomlinson was a Pro Bowler in 2021, and has been an extraordinarily healthy offensive lineman in his seven years in the NFL. Since 2018, he has played and started in every single game that the 49ers have been a part of.
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