It is reported that the Jets have signed a veteran of the attack


Perhaps it was influenced by the fear of injuries to the star tackle Mekhi Becton, but whatever their motives, the New York Jets are introducing reinforcements to the offensive line.

According to NFL insider Tom Pelissero, the Jets have signed offensive line veteran Caleb Benenoch to a one-year contract. Benenoch spent the 2021 season split between the Buffalo Bills and the New Orleans Saints.

Benenoch has six years of NFL experience, having started his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who selected him in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. In six seasons, he started 23 games, playing both tackle and defense.

More importantly, he played the whole season with the right tackle — in the position of Mecha Becton. However, he has played only two games since 2019.

Jets fans will probably be disappointed that they didn’t sign Dwayne Brown to the Pro Bowl. Brown met with the Jets and appeared to be on the verge of signing a contract last weekend. But the deal hasn’t been done yet.

The health of the attacker will be crucial for the New York Jets in 2022. They haven’t protected the quarterback enough for years, and their offense has suffered a lot because of that.

Mekhi Becton was selected at number 11 in the draft in hopes of strengthening his blind lock for the next decade-plus. But his injury rate has made him less than reliable.

Will Caleb Benenoch be immediately transferred to the starting lineup or will he spend the season as a backup?


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