Posted May 08, 2012 on nyj.scout.com
PLAYERS: Mike Devito
TEAMS: New York Jets
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The Jets offseason has been fast and furious as they look to reclaim postseason glory in 2012. Defensive end Mike DeVito has agreed to a restructured deal to help New York stay financially flexible this upcoming season.
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