USC Alijah Vera-Tucker on the line
Following the 2021 NFL Draft, the Jets will now work on deals for their drafted players as well as undrafted pick-ups.
Here’s the latest on who has signed and what their terms will be on their rookie deals…
July 20, 7:54 p.m.
The Jets announced the signing of one of their two first-rounders, offensive lineman Alijah Vera-Tucker.
The Jets took the USC product with the 14th overall selection, trading up to get him (No. 23, 66, and 86 for No. 14 and 143).
The deal is for four years worth $15.8 million with a signing bonus of $8.9 million and a fifth-year option.
June 4, 5:28 p.m.
The Jets have signed fourth-round pick, running back Michael Carter.
Carter’s deal is for four years and will total just a hair below $4.3 million. Carter’s signing bonus is worth just over $800,000.
Carter was selected with the 107th overall pick out of North Carolina, and has been taking first team reps in OTAs.
May 7, 5:47 p.m.
The Jets announced the signings of five more draft picks on Friday.
The Jets came to agreements with fifth-round cornerback Jason Pinnock, sixth-round cornerback Brandin Echols, and sixth-round defensive tackle Jonathan Marshall.
Later on in the day, the Jets announced they had signed their other fifth-rounder corner Michael Carter II as well as sixth-round linebacker Hamsah Nasirildeen.
May 5, 11:02 a.m.
Jamien Sherwood, the safety/linebacker out of Auburn, has become the first 2021 pick in the NFL to sign with their new team.
The slotted value for the fifth-round pick is four years at $3.8 million with a $350,000 signing bonus.