- Rich Cimini, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Jets filled a hole in their roster by re-signing long snapper Tanner Purdum, the team announced. Purdum signed a two-year contract, according to his agent, Rob Roche.
Purdum has been a steady long snapper since 2010. He was a non-tendered restricted free agent, meaning the Jets opted not to place the low tender ($1.32 million) on him with the hope of re-signing him at a lower price. Which is exactly what happened.
The Jets have another experienced long snapper on the roster, Travis Tripuka.