Jets Free Agency 2012: New York Re-Signs WR Patrick Turner, According To Report

The New York Jets have reportedly re-signed wide receiver Patrick Turner to a one-year, $650,000 deal (via New York Post). Turner was due to become a restricted free agent. The Jets had five players set to become restricted free agents before the re-signing of Turner.

Here are the rest of the Jets players who will be restricted free agents:

TE Matthew Mulligan
LB Aaron Maybin
LB Jamaal Westerman
CB Marquice Cole

In addition, the following players will become unrestricted free agents:

QB Mark Brunell
QB Kevin O'Connell
RB LaDainian Tomlinson
WR Plaxico Burress
OL Robert Turner
DT Sione Pouha
LB Bryan Thomas
CB Donald Strickland
S Jim Leonhard
S Brodney Pool
K Nick Folk

Both of the above lists come from Mac's Football Blog.

Turner has only made one start in two seasons for the Jets. His career numbers (all with the Jets) are 10 catches for 122 yards and 1 touchdown.

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