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The New York Jets have signed tight end Chris Herndon [url=]Vontae Davis Jersey[/url] , their fourth-round draft pick, to a four-year contract.

The team announced the signing Monday, the day before organized team activities were to begin.

Quarterback Sam Darnold, the No. 3 overall selection [url=]Jourdan Lewis Jersey[/url] , is the only player among the Jets’ six-man draft class who remains unsigned.

Herndon had 86 catches for 1,048 yards and seven touchdowns in four seasons at Miami. He injured a knee late in the season and has been limited this spring with the Jets, who hope he’ll be completely healthy when training camp begins in late July.

The 6-foot-4, 253-pound Herndon is one of six tight ends currently on New York’s roster [url=]Terrell Owens Jersey[/url] , joining Eric Tomlinson, Jordan Leggett, Neal Sterling, Clive Walford and Bucky Hodges.

Linebacker C.J. Mosley started his career with the Ravens and he’d like to finish it in Baltimore as well.

The Ravens picked up the option on Mosley’s contract for 2018 and there’s no reason to think they’ll rethink that decision before the start of the 2018 league year [url=]Brandon Linder Jersey[/url] , so there’s no immediate issue on the contract front. Should the Ravens want to get the ball rolling on an extension, though, Mosley made it clear that he’s looking for one.

“I’ve never been a guy that’s liked change or gone to a new place and start over,” Mosley said [url=]Jabrill Peppers Jersey[/url] , via “I went all four years at Bama. I was at one high school. I was at one middle school. So I’ll love to stay in Baltimore and continue my legacy and try to be the second-best linebacker to finish out there.”

Ray Lewis comparisons may have to wait a few years, but the first four seasons of Mosley’s career have been highly productive and the Ravens likely feel the same way when it comes to an extension that will ensure he remains in Baltimore for a long time.

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