Report: Jets, McGovern agree on 3-year, $27M deal
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The New York Jets have agreed to terms with offensive lineman Connor McGovern on a three-year, $27-million contract, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

McGovern is coming off perhaps the best campaign of his career. He played every snap of the 2019 season with the Denver Broncos and didn't commit a single penalty.

The 26-year-old didn't suit up as a rookie after being drafted in the fifth round in 2016, but he's appeared in 47 games (36 starts) since 2017 while playing both guard and center, manning the latter position in Denver.

The Jets' offensive line was one of the worse units in the NFL last year. New York allowed 52 sacks and the offense posted a league-worst 3.3 yards per rushing attempt.

The club also reportedly signed offensive tackle George Fant on Monday.

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Report: Jets, McGovern agree on 3-year, $27M deal
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