The New York Jets have agreed with OT Morgan Moses, formerly of the Washington Football Team, on a 1-year deal worth $3.6M. He can make up to $5.3M if he reaches certain playing time incentives. Moses will most likely start at the right tackle in place of last year's starter, OT George Fant, who will move to a backup role.
Moses, 30, spent his entire career with Washington, starting in 97 games over the last 7 seasons. He hasn't missed a game since 2015. Washington released him in May in a salary cap saving move, as he was due $7.75M in 2021. Last season, PFF ranked Moses as the league's 18th best offensive tackle.