The Jets activated free safety LaRon Landry from the physically unable to perform list, clearing the free-agent addition to participate in his first practice with the team Friday.
Landry, signed to a one-year contract in March, was cleared to rehab away from the team facility. He was battling chronic Achilles issues and has only done individual sideline work and conditioning drills since joining the Jets.
Landry is a big-hitting former first-round pick who missed 15 of 32 games over the past two seasons with the Redskins. He said in June that the platelet-rich treatment plan he followed in Arizona during the spring produced "shocking" results and is 100 percent for the first time in nearly three years.
The Jets also added former Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell and drafted versatile safety Josh Bush in the sixth round. Coach Rex Ryan praised Bush for his performance in the team's June minicamp.