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NJ.com: Santonio Holmes Agrees To Deal With Jets

by Phil Sullivan on July 27, 2011

Jenny Vrentas is reporting on NJ.com that the New York Jets and Santonio Holmes have agreed to a new contract.  Under the post-lockout rules, the new deal can’t be officially signed and filed with the league until Friday.

After the Jets made an offer yesterday evening, Holmes has agreed to re-sign with the team, per a person informed of the move. That person requested anonymity because the move cannot be made official until Friday.

The deal is reportedly five years in length and includes around $24 million in guarantees.

This move gives the Jets the continuity they need heading into a season.  Since no teams had off season workouts or mini camps, continuity is going to be king.

The Jets have been very active, here is a recap of their moves yesterday.  Who is next up for the Jets?  Some analysts are speculating that it could be star CB Nnamdi Asomugha.

Phil Sullivan

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