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The Jets announced they have signed running back La’Mical Perine to his rookie deal.
The Jets made him a fourth-round choice, using the No. 120 overall selection on the Florida product. He becomes the fourth of the team’s nine choices to sign, joining second-rounder, fellow fourth-rounder and fifth-rounder .
The team still has first-rounder, third-rounder , third-rounder , fourth-rounder and sixth-rounder unsigned.
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Future Hall of Famer Adrian Peterson has spoken out against the devaluing of running backs in today's NFL.Washington Redskins running back Adrian Peterson is sick of how NFL owners and general managers refuse to pay running backs what they're worth, and now he's spreading that displeasure with the league's younger running backs in hopes they'll spread change.
Perine became a starter as a sophomore in 2017 and led Florida with 562 rushing yards and eight touchdowns. He rushed for a team-leading 826 rush yards and seven touchdowns as a junior.
Last season as a senior team captain, Perine made all 13 starts and rushed for 676 rush yards and six touchdowns. He also added a career-high 40 catches for 262 yards and five touchdowns.
He joins a running backs room that includesand .
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Jets sign first-round pick Mekhi Becton to four-year, $18.45M rookie deal .
Becton – who stands at 6-foot-7 and 364 pounds – has scouts all over the league buzzing. With Trent Brown’s bulk and a 5.1-second 40-yard dash, there was little doubt that he’d come off the board early. The Jets weren’t sure he’d be there at No. 11, but they were pleasantly surprised, and they pounced. Georgia’s Andrew Thomas was the first tackle to go at No. 4 overall to the Giants, and he was viewed as the safest of the bunch. Becton – who pushes trucks for fun – may have a higher ceiling.