The Jets had four ERFAs listed for 2013:
Isaiah Trufant - who established himself as a key role player at slot corner last season and made his first career start against the Patriots last season.
Darrin Walls - who was activated off the practice squad in November and saw action on defense over the last few games, again at cornerback.
Dedrick Epps - a backup tight end, who ended the season on injured reserve after hurting his knee against the 49ers.
Jordan White - a seventh round draft pick who saw action at the end of last season, catching one pass.
However, nobody has reported any of them being signed yet. So, what's going on? Find out after the jump:
We've been looking into whether any of these have signed and can confirm (via Jason at OTC/NYJetsCap) that Walls is now listed as under contract for the 2013 season on the NFLPA database. We can also confirm that Trufant and White received an ERFA tender and would expect news of their re-signings to follow in due course. Epps not did not receive a tender offer, so he is now an unrestricted free agent, even though the deals are completely non-guaranteed. For what it's worth, the Jets official site (and several other sources) list White, Walls and Trufant as on the roster, but not Epps, so this may be a sign that all three are now signed, or they are just making that assumption because it's regarded as a formality.
Walls and Trufant give the Jets good depth at cornerback, potentially giving them the option to try and convert one of their cornerbacks to safety. White will compete for a roster spot at wide receiver, although he may be a long shot if they re-sign Braylon Edwards and/or draft somebody at the end of the month.