Jets Re-Sign C Jonotthan Harrison

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The Jets have re-signed center Jonotthan Harrison.

In his first year with the Jets in 2017, Harrison played in eight games and started against the Chargers in Week 16 where the fifth-year veteran helped pave the way for running back Bilal Powell. Powell rushed for 145 yards on 19 carries, including a 57-yard touchdown.

The 6'4", 300-pound Harrison joined the Green & White one year ago to the date, after spending three seasons in Indianapolis. Originally an undrafted free agent in 2014, the Florida product played in 44 of the Colts' 48 regular-season games from 2014-2016, starting 23. Harrison's first 19 starts in 2014-15 came at center before he was deployed as a utility lineman. In 13 games, he started four at left guard and also received playing time at LT, RT, C, RG and third TE.

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