Rookie quarterback Zach Wilson and the New York Jets reached an agreement on a contract, ending the No. overall draft pick's brief training camp holdout. The deal is for four years and $35.15 million, with a $22.92 million signing bonus.
Jarrad Davis was in a tough spot on the field and a dark place in his head. The former Detroit Lions linebacker contemplated retiring from football because of his struggles. Now with the New York Jets, Davis feels revitalized and is excited about being back on the field.
Winston Hill was easy to like off the field because of his affable, teddy bear-like personality. The New York Jets offensive tackle also was a fierce but dependable presence on it. Hill still holds franchise records for offensive linemen with 195 straight games played and 174 consecutive starts.