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RG Brian Winters Signs Contract Extension

Four-Year Deal for Jets' Third-Round Draft Choice, Who Started 13 Games This Season


The Jets and guard Brian Winters have signed a four-year contract extension.

Winters had become a fixture on the Jets offensive line before going on Injured Reserve after Game 14 against Miami with a shoulder injury. He was the Jets' third-round pick (72nd overall) of the 2013 draft out of Kent State and became the left guard starter in Game 5 of his rookie season. He started the first six games at LG in 2014 before suffering a season-ending knee injury.

In 2015, Winters returned as a RG, filling in for and then replacing the injured Willie Colon and making 10 starts. This season he started 13 games.

The Jets Signed G Brian Winters to a Four-Year Contract Extension on Monday

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