Former Washington offensive tackle Morgan Moses signs with the New York Jets

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The New York Jets agreed to terms on a one-year deal with former Washington right tackle Morgan Moses on Friday, per Sam Fortier of The Washington Post.

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Per Fortier, the deal is worth $3.6 million in base salary, but he can make up to $5.3 million if he plays in at least 80% of New York’s snaps in 2021.

Washington surprisingly released Moses on May 20 after he spent the first seven seasons of his career with the Football Team. He started every game in the past six seasons for the WFT.

Washington released Moses after signing veteran Charles Leno in free agency and spending a second-round pick on Texas offensive tackle Samuel Cosmi.

Moses lands in New York, where he will provide an upgrade over last year’s starting right tackle, George Fant.