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Jets release starting OL Winters, longest tenured player

Field Level Media
03 Aug 2020, 10:40 GMT+10

The New York Jets released guard Brian Winters on Sunday after 89 career games with the team.

Winters, who started 79 of those, was the Jets' longest-tenured player. Winters, 29, played in just nine games for the Jets last season after a shoulder injury landed him on injured reserve.

The Jets save $7.28 million in cap space for this year.

The Jet selected Winters in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft out of Kent State.

--Field Level Media

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