While most of the attention yesterday was centered around the Jets bringing back Braylon Edwards, the Jets also signed veteran defensive lineman Leger Douzable. Jets fans might not know much about Douzable, so I've been taking a detailed look at game footage from the last few years to assess what he brings to the table.

The 27-year old Douzable was undrafted out of Central Florida back in 2008 and has spent time with six NFL teams since then. He missed all of last year with a shoulder injury, but his best season was with Jacksonville in 2011, where he earned a starting job over the last six games with his solid play.

Who is Leger Douzable?

The 6-4, 305-pound Douzable played both defensive tackle and defensive end in college, where he had seven sacks in 2006 and 2007. He was a third-team all-Conference USA selection in 2006. After going undrafted, he spent camp in 2008 with the Vikings, landing on their practice squad. Later in the year, the Giants picked him up and added him to their practice squad and then the active roster, although he was not activated for any games.

In 2009, Douzable ended up with the Rams and earned a role as a backup defensive tackle. He started one game and played 30 or more snaps three times, recording 12 tackles. He also had four QB hits and one pressure, with no missed tackles or penalties per PFF. The following season he undertook a similar role with the Jaguars. The most snaps he played in any game was 28, but he did play at least 20 in five games. He ended up with seven tackles and four pressures, but also had three missed tackles and five penalties (two on special teams and three neutral zone infractions).

2011 was a breakout season of sorts for Douzable. Entering the season, he had only ever played as an interior lineman, but they started using him in the rotation as a defensive end as well. When Matt Roth was injured with six games to go, Douzable took over at left defensive end and performed well, especially against the run. PFF had him ranked 8th in the NFL for 4-3 defensive ends in terms of run stop percentage, as he registered a career high 30 tackles, adding his first career sack, six QB hits and seven pressures (nearly all of which was in that last six games).

Last year, Douzable signed with Tennessee and appeared for them in preseason before injuring his shoulder and ended up on injured reserve. He joins the Jets with a realistic chance at making the final roster and providing some depth and versatility.

Let's look back at how he played in preseason last year, before getting hurt and then go on to discuss some of the things I've observed by watching film on him.

2012 Preseason

Week One: Seattle

Douzable played a bit in the first half and then most of the second half, primarily at left defensive end. He came out of the game on passing downs initially, but then started to move to tackle on passing downs.

- On a pass play, he got a good surge to help collapse the pocket, ultimately leading to a sack

- Moved well laterally down the line to stuff a run up the middle for no gain

- On another, he didn't beat his man, but then did a good job maintaining outside leverage against him to prevent Russell Wilson from getting downfield on a roll-out

- Cleanly beat the left guard on the inside to generate a pressure - it should have been a sack, but he missed the tackle in the pocket and Wilson scrambled for a short gain

- They started to respect his pass rushing ability a bit more after that, doubling him on the interior

- He looked to have beaten the right tackle around the corner, but slipped and fell

- He drove the right tackle back on a running play and shed the block to stop the runner for a short gain

- He beat his man on the outside, but the guard came across and cut him to prevent him getting the pressure

- Late in the game, he was thrown off balance by the initial punch of the lineman and then caught up in traffic as the runner cut back

- After that, there were two more runs where he was blocked out of the play, one as he was blocked to the inside and one as he was kicked out

This was a very impressive performance by Douzable until right at the end when he let himself down with some negative plays. That may just have been tiredness, so perhaps we should question his motor. He was stout against the run (although, frustratingly, the Seahawks kept running it to the left, away from him), making two outstanding stops and chasing down runs that went the other way, including a long scramble by Wilson. More unexpectedly, he made an impact in the pass rush, although he'd probably only be credited with one pressure.

Week Two: Tampa Bay

Again, he saw action both at left defensive end (on running downs) and defensive tackle (on passing downs). He saw more action in the first half in this one.

- Fought off the block of a tight end (Luke Stocker) to stuff a run for no gain

- Was forced inside on a Doug Martin cutback run

- Spooked his opposite number into false-starting on third and one

- Was driven out of the play on a short yardage conversion

- Dove to recover a fumble following a sack by his teammate

- Was blocked to the ground, but still helped force the back to change direction

- Held his ground well on the edge to bottle up a run for a short gain

This was an up-and-down performance by Douzable, but he was still making positive contributions, especially against the run. He was definitely contributing as part of the main rotation though. (Tennessee typically activates eight linemen for regular season games, so that each one has a backup and all eight will usually get significant reps).

Week Three: Arizona

This would have been a very interesting game to see Douzable get extended reps in, because the Cardinals offensive line was really struggling at that point, leaving extra guys in to block and still giving up pressure nearly every time. However, it wouldn't work out that way.

- Douzable came into the game halfway through the first quarter at defensive tackle on third down. The left guard blocked him initially but then went over to help the right tackle and the center (Lyle Sendlein) came across to block Douzable, who just bounced off him and got after the QB. He got his hands on the quarterback and pulled him to ground but he still got the throw off. This was apparently where his shoulder injury occurred.

Douzable would end up playing just one snap, although he did generate a pressure on that play.

Conclusions

Let's summarize my observations into categories:

Usage

As noted, the Jaguars realized in 2011 how athletic Douzable was for a defensive tackle and started employing him in a run stopping defensive end role. Clearly Tennessee seemed content to persevere with him in a dual role that seems to make the most of his strengths.

Pass rush

While athletic for a defensive tackle, Douzable lacks the classic edge rusher speed. However, he's good at shedding blocks and can create a surge with a bullrush when playing end. As a defensive tackle, his quickness is more of an asset, but he's equally capable of collapsing the pocket. He might not be that productive himself when on the inside, but he certainly can cause problems for the line, which could make someone else's job easier.

Moves

You'll mostly see Douzable using his strength to try and generate pressure via a leverage advantage. Don't expect to see him make a spin move or anything exotic like that very often. His hand fighting technique seems pretty effective and we all know that Karl Dunbar preaches those techniques and likes his players to be effective at shedding blocks in that way.

Standing his ground

I didn't see Douzable driven off the line very often. In fact, when he's at defensive end, that often means he gets blocked by a tight end, whereby he usually has a significant strength advantage. He does blow up a lot of plays with penetration.

Goal line

He didn't play any goal line defense in any of the three preseason games, but has played there in the past. His versatility will come in handy there because he could play any of the four outside spots on a six-man line.

Playbook

Douzable does come mainly from a 4-3 background, which might set him back in terms of learning the playbook, although maybe the Jets gave him some light reading to fill the gaps while he was waiting to be signed. The Jets hybrid system will have multiple roles within it that Douzable will be familiar with and capable of playing. If he doesn't fit in a 3-4 (and he probably would be an ideal 3-4 DE anyway), then that doesn't matter because they don't play a basic 3-4 very often.

Instincts

I didn't see Douzable out of position too often and he seems to read plays pretty well. I saw him react well to get his hand up to bat a pass down in 2011 and there was another play where Wilson ran a naked bootleg and he was pretty much the only guy on the line to realize (although he was unable to do anything about it).

Batting passes

As noted above, Douzable did bat down a pass in 2011, but that is the only one of his career so far. Like many guys who rely on hand-fighting to get off block, he perhaps lets himself down in that area. There was also one play where he was blocked initially and tried to spin, with the pass whistling right past his ear for a completion that probably wouldn't have been possible if he just dropped off and put his hands up.

Athleticism

Douzable's athleticism is pretty evident, although he's a bit of a tweener, so he's either a very athletic defensive tackle or a big defensive end with limited athleticism, depending where you put him. He is particularly good for an interior lineman in terms of pursuit.

Motor

Douzable did play 61 of 72 snaps in one of the 2011 starts, and graded out well, so maybe his motor isn't that bad, despite my concerns above. It could just be that he was more gassed than usual due to it being the first preseason game.

Demeanor

Douzable is pretty demonstrative when he makes a play, but not over the top. I didn't see any obvious signs of bad attitude or anything like that from him, aside from one play where everyone was fighting for a fumble and he dived into the pile and got flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Overall

Douzable is a player I was impressed by back in 2011 when I charted several Jaguars games. Whenever a team signs a guy off the street in late-July, you're left wondering why he would still be available, but hopefully this is one of those situations where the Jets have picked up a potential diamond in the rough. Concerns over his injury may have scared some teams off. Tennessee were always unlikely to bring him back because they have pretty good young depth on the line (two deep at all four positions), so he might just have fallen through the cracks after suffering the injury just as he was starting to turn heads.

You may wonder why the Jets didn't sign him when they worked him out a month or so ago, but I can perhaps answer that one. Had they signed him then, he would potentially count towards the calculation of UFA compensatory picks due to the Jets in next year's draft. However, by waiting until the free agent signing period had expired, he no longer needs to be accounted for in that formula.

Judging by his preseason performance last year, he was primed to play a significant rotational role with the Titans, a team with a solid defensive line, so he clearly has plenty left in the tank. As noted, perhaps his motor could be a concern, but that wouldn't be a big deal if he was to be used in a rotational capacity.

That's it for now. I have some good Douzable gifs to share, so I'll do that over the weekend.

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(Eric Hartline)

The Jets' new linebackers coach, Hall of Famer Kevin Greene, is looking to instill more aggression and power in his players, especially LB Lorenzo Mauldin.

The 25-year-old has shown spurts of potential in two seasons with the Jets, but his 2.5 sacks last season isn't the production they had expected. Greene intends to change that, and he told NJ.com's Darryl Slater why he uses this specific approach to his coaching. 

"Everybody at this level has skill, correct?" Greene said. "They'rea ll athletic, and agility and dexterity and all that stuff. Well, what separates people initially is their physical level of play. That's always our first step, is we have to play more physical than whoever is in front of us, because we're all athletic." 

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A pass intended for New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson is broken up by Buffalo Bills cornerbacks Corey White and Kevon Seymour during the second quarter at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)

Bent, theJetsBlog.com

Projected starters: Quincy Enunwa, Robby Anderson

Projected backups: Jalin Marshall, Charone Peake, ArDarius Stewart, Chad Hansen

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New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg (5) watches from the sidelines during the fourth quarter against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner)
New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg (5) watches from the sidelines during the fourth quarter against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner)

Bent, theJetsBlog.com

Preseason Stats: 17-for-47, 159 yards, one touchdown, two interceptions, 1-15 rushing, one fumble

Regular Season Stats: Did Not Play

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SNY delivers part 2 of an all-access behind-the-scenes recap of New York Jets minicamp, including the sights and sounds from Florham Park.

SNY delivers an all-access behind the scenes recap of Jets minicamp, including all the sights and sounds from Florham Park.

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SNY delivers an all-access behind the scenes recap of Jets minicamp, including all the sights and sounds from Florham Park.

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New York Jets owner Woody Johnson before the preseason game at MetLife Stadium. (Vincent Carchietta)
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson before the preseason game at MetLife Stadium. (Vincent Carchietta)

President Donald Trump plans to nominate Jets' owner Woody Johnson as the US Ambassador to the United Kingdom, the team confirmed on Thursday.

In the case that Johnson is nominated and confirmed by the US Senate, he would hand over his duties as Chairman and CEO to his brother, Christopher Johnson, who will directly oversee the team's day-to-day operations.

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Jets DE Sheldon Richardson says head coach Todd Bowles has been more strict than in the past, per Darryl Slater of NJ.com. 

Bowles has been left with a young team following the Jets' roster purge that including veterans like C Nick Mangold and LB David Harris. With his job possibly in jeopardy, he has been putting emphasis on working harder.

"It's completely different from the last couple years," Richardson said at minicamp. "A lot more strict now. We weren't loose [in the past], but it's a lot more strict now. It's even more enforced than what it has been in the past."

Tags: Brandon Marshall, David Harris, Muhammad Wilkerson, Nick Mangold, Sheldon Richardson
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Jets LB Lorenzo Mauldin turned himself in to authorities Wednesday morning in Manhattan for his alleged role in a nightclub attack that took place on April 2, according to TMZ Sports.

Mauldin, who is also being sued in civil court, was not arrested or charged after the incident. The Jets said earlier this month that they're aware of the lawsuit but had no further comment.

An NFL spokesman told ESPN's Rich Cimini that the league is looking into the incident. 

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Former Jets LB David Harris has agreed to a two-year deal with the New England Patriots worth $6.75 million, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

The Patriots offered Harris more than the Jets offered him earlier this month prior to his release, reports Mike Florio of NBC Sports.

Harris visited with the Patriots on Wednesday after speaking with head coach Bill Belichick (and coaches from five other teams) earlier this week, notes Florio.

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Los Angeles Rams former and Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Kevin Greene attends a NFL football game at between the Miami Dolphins and the Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. (Kirby Lee)
Los Angeles Rams former and Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Kevin Greene attends a NFL football game at between the Miami Dolphins and the Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. (Kirby Lee)

The Jets were one of the worst pass-rushing teams in the NFL last year, finishing the season wtih just 27 sacks, and only 5.5 of them coming from the team's outside linebackers.

Todd Bowles brought in former NFL linebacker Kevin Greene as New York's new linebackers coach, and Greene has already expressed optimism towards his young group of players.

"The sky's the limit for all my kids," Greene told Daniel Popper of the Daily News. "I'm teaching my kids technique and fundamentals not based on athletic ability and skill. It's based on physicality. It's based on drive and desire and want-to and being a student of the game. ... All my kids can really be as good they want to be."

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(Mike Dinovo)

The Jets have signed former Bears WR Marquess Wilson, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Wilson only played in three games last season as he was on the IR with a broken foot. He is a big target, standing at 6-foot-4, 205 pounds, and will add some competition before training camp begins.

In four seasons with the Bears, Wilson played in 31 games, hauling in 56 receptions for 777 yards and 3 touchdowns. 

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The Jets new running backs coach, Stump Mitchell, believes RB Bilal Powell has Pro Bowl ability, according to ESPN's Rich Cimini. 

Mitchell has been impressed with Powell since joining the Jets this season, and he thinks if he didn't have to share time with another back, he has would attain Pro Bowl status. 

"Bilal is a Pro Bowl back if he was playing by himself, make no doubt about that," Mitchell said at minicamp.

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Jacksonville Jaguars running back Chris Ivory is tackled by New York Jets outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins during the first quarter of a preseason game at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Chris Ivory is tackled by New York Jets outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins during the first quarter of a preseason game at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)

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Projected Starters: Jordan Jenkins, Lorenzo Mauldin

Projected Backups: Dylan Donahue, Josh Martin

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Quarterback Christian Hackenberg and Defensive Lineman Sheldon Richardson break down Jets minicamp and their expectations for the season.

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Former Jets LB Larry Grantham dies at age 78: Larry Grantham, a member of the Jets' only Super Bowl team in 1969, died on Tuesday at the age of 78. Apart from being a Super Bowl Champion, Grantham has been enshrined in the Jets Ring of Honor as well. 

Elsewhere in New York sports the Mets dropped a slugfest to the Dodgers, the Yankees lose their top prospect to injury, and the NBA draft is just two days away. 

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The Jets' roster purge and commitment to begin rebuilding this season earned them a "C+" offseason grade, per ESPN's Rich Cimini.

As the offseason is normally used to rebuild rosters, the Jets tore theirs down thanks to move made by owner Woody Johnson. Among the roster cuts were LB David Harris and WR Eric Decker, which saved the Jets almost $14 million in payroll alone. C Nick Mangold and CB Darrelle Revis were also part of the 11 veterans the Jets go rid of this offseason. 

Cimini said the grade should be worse considering the Jets now have one of the worst rosters in the NFL, but looking at the big picture, the Jets are acknowledging their rebuild and will have $80 million to work with next offseason.

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New York Jets running back Bilal Powell leaps over Miami Dolphins safety Isa Abdul-Quddus during the second quarter at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Jets running back Bilal Powell leaps over Miami Dolphins safety Isa Abdul-Quddus during the second quarter at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)

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Projected Starter: Matt Forte

Projected Backups: Bilal Powell, Elijah McGuire

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Michelle Yu reports on the passing of former Jets linebacker Larry Grantham, a member of the Jets Ring of Honor, who was 78 years old.

The Jets announced former LB Larry Grantham, a Ring of Honor member and Super Bowl III champion, has died at age 78.

Grantham opted to join the AFL's New York Titans despite being drafted in the NFL by the Baltimore Colts in 1960. The Titans became the Jets in 1963, and Grantham would stay with them until his retirement in 1972. 

He was the starting linebacker for the Jets' Super Bowl III championship team where he called all the plays on defense. Grantham played in 175 career games, and was a five-time AFL All-Star and a five-time all-NFL selection. 

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SNY's Jeane Coakley talks to Quincy Enunwa after the conclusion of Jets minicamp to discuss his expectations for the upcoming season.

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Former Jets wide receiver signed a deal with the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.  (Bill Wippert/AP)
Former Jets wide receiver signed a deal with the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. (Bill Wippert/AP)

Former Jets wide receiver Eric Decker is now a Tennessee Titan after agreeing to a deal on Sunday. 

Elsewhere, Jacob deGrom homers, the Yankees drop their sixth straight, Bradley Wright-Phillips scores twice and the Rangers, Islanders and Devils announce their protected players list ahead of the NHL Expansion Draft. 

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Eric Decker (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)

Former Jets wide receiver Eric Decker agreed to a contract with the Tennessee Titans, the team announced Sunday.

Decker, 30, played 33 games with the Jets over the past three seasons, totaling 163 catches, 2,183 receiving yards and 19 touchdowns.

Decker had appeared healthy entering organized team activities in May after he missed 13 games last season due to rotator cuff and hip injuries.

New York released him last Monday when they were unable to find a trading partner. The Jets will face a $1.5 million cap hit this year and next after releasing Decker.

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(Ed Mulholland)

RB Matt Forte says the Jets aren't tanking the season, despite the fact that they've cut the majority of their veteran players this offseason.

"It's a good thing we don't operate off of what the fans think and what everybody on the outside thinks," Forte said, according to The Record. "What we think as a team, that's what's going to happen. And none of us on the team think that we're going to tank. So all I have to say about that is: Bring it."

The Jets, who went 5-11 last season, have cut Brandon MarshallEric DeckerDavid HarrisDarrelle RevisNick MangoldNick Folk, and Breno Giacomini since the season ended. They also declined their option on Ryan Clady.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - It's really quite an accomplishment for the Jets to come off a disappointing and perhaps disastrous 5-11 season and find a way to get worse. But they did it. They purged their roster of most of their veterans and replaced them with untested, unknown players. They're playing the long game, even though their short term looks rather bleak.

Who knows if they're "tanking" with their eyes on a top draft pick next season? Maybe they're just acknowledging the need to experience short-term pain for long-term gain. Whatever it is, there isn't a lot of hope for the 2017 season. Their eyes are on 2018, or perhaps beyond.

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SNY's Jeane Coakley chats with Jets rookie safety Marcus Maye about his first minicamp in the NFL.

SNY's Jeane Coakley chats with Jets rookie safety Marcus Maye about his first minicamp in the NFL.

The Jets selected Maye in the second round of Apri's NFL Draft.

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Jets quarterbacks practice during minicamp on Wednesday. (Julio Cortez/AP)
Jets quarterbacks practice during minicamp on Wednesday. (Julio Cortez/AP)

Jets coach Todd Bowles said Thursday there is no frontrunner for the srarting quarterback job. 

Elsewhere, the Yankees lose in extra innings, Juan Lagares is injurede in a Mets loss and the Giants ink their first-round pick. 

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Jeane Coakley talks to Jets coach Todd Bowles as they wrap up spring practices about the quarterback competition and the rookie safeties.

Jeane Coakley talks to Jets coach Todd Bowles as they wrap up spring practices about the quarterback competition and the rookie safeties.


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(Noah K. Murray)

Jets DE Sheldon Richardson wants to stay with the team for the rest of his caeer, but is not open to giving a hometown discount. 

The Jets, who finished 5-11 last season, are entering a rebuilding phase. But Richardson wants to be a part of it.

"A lot of guys just want to go jump on a bandwagon," Richardson told Manish Mehta of the NY Daily News earlier this week. "Older guys. Later in their career, it's easy to go jump into a good situation. It's a free market, so by all means, do your thing. But me personally, I like to make history, not be a part of it."

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Jets head coach Todd Bowles insinuated the team's starting QB is job still up for grabs, noting Thursday that there is currently no frontrunner.

The Jets, who are expected to turn to Josh McCown as their starter, have also been giving reps to Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty.

McCown, 37, signed a one-year deal worth $6 million this offseason.

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New York Jets inside linebacker Demario Davis (56) comes away with a fumble recovery during the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium. (Steven Ryan)
New York Jets inside linebacker Demario Davis (56) comes away with a fumble recovery during the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium. (Steven Ryan)

Jets linebacker Demario Davis took a $2.7 million pay cut in order to help facilitate the trade that brought him back to New York, according to Field Yates of ESPN.

Davis, who was set to earn $3.7 million in the final year of his contract, will now make $1 million this season. This includes a $100,000 signing bonus and a $900,000 base salary. He can also earn $1.225 million in incentives. 

Davis re-structured his contract at the time of the June 1 trade. 

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(Julio Cortez/AP)

Jets quarterbacks coach Jeremy Bates said he was impressed with Christian Hackenberg's passing in minicamp. 

Elsewhere, Yankees lose and Mets win their respective rubber games and Joe Girardi would have no problem with Aaron Judge in the Home Run Derby.

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