On the same day he made a free agent visit, Jeremy Kerley has signed for a second go round with the team that drafted him. The slot receiver inked a one-year deal with the Jets late Tuesday.
The Jets are trying to bolster a largely unproven receiving corps. Over the weekend they traded DL Sheldon Richardson in exchange for WR Jermaine Kearse. Kerley is a former fifth-round pick of the Jets back in 2011.
Kerley is coming off a career-best 66-catch season with San Francisco. He had signed a three-year extension with the 49ers, but they ultimately cut him over the weekend.
Tags: Bills-Jets, Jeremy Kerley
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