Jets Re-Sign Bryan Thomas

Aug 15, 2012; Cortland, NY, USA; New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller (81) reaches for a pass in front of linebacker Bryan Thomas (58) during training camp at SUNY Cortland. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-US PRESSWIRE

As expected, the longest tenured Jet gets to resume that tenure after all.

Reports have surfaced within the last few minutes that the Jets have re-signed veteran linebacker Bryan Thomas. Bryan, if you remember, was released last week so they could add depth at the CB for the game against the Dolphins. His salary was guaranteed, so there was no way the Jets were just going to eat his game checks.

This is emphatically not in response to the Darrelle Revis situation. The plan had been all along to bring back Bryan Thomas after yesterday’s game. He has been seen in the building at Jets’ headquarters, and the reports are coming out that he in fact has been re-signed by the team.

So, the longest tenured Jet(drafted by the team in 2002), will continue his tenure with the New York Jets.

If any moves are made in response to the Darrelle Revis situation, stay tuned, as we will keep you updated, as always, with each and every roster move.

Topics: Bryan Thomas, New York Jets

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