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Duane Brown

After the recent injury news with Mekhi Becton, all eyes were on Duane Brown. The pro-bowl offensive tackle was with the team recently while he was evaluating his options. Word came down today that he is going to sign with the Jets.

Sources: Five-time Pro-Bowl OT Duane Brown is signing with the New York Jets, who lost OT Mekhi Becton earlier this week to a likely season-ending knee injury.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 11, 2022

Duane Brown had options outside of the #Jets — contending teams. He picked New York knowing playoffs might be long shot. Says a lot about culture Robert Saleh is building. Brown wanted to come to New York.

— Connor Hughes (@Connor_J_Hughes) August 11, 2022

He may have had options as Connor Hughes suggests, but he definitely used his leverage to get a nice pay day.  Per Adam Schefter this is a two-year, 22 million dollar deal. It will be interesting to see how much of that is in year one because at his age (37) this could very well be a one year deal.

Comp update: Jets are giving Duane Brown a two-year, $22 million deal, per source.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 11, 2022

The other thing to be worked out is where does he play? He has been a left tackle his entire career.  The 6’4″ 315lb veteran is a great scheme fit and the Jets had to bring in a veteran. Brown spent 10 years with the Houston Texans and 4 with the Seattle Seahawks.

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