In the midst of the New York Jets' free agent signing spree, they made a rather under-the-radar but still important move in re-signing long-snapper Tanner Purdum.
According to the team's official...
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NEW YORK (AP) The New York Jets have re-signed long snapper Tanner Purdum to a two-year contract.
Purdum has been with the Jets for five seasons after signing with New York in 2010 and replacing long-time long snapper James Dearth.
Purdum, an unrestricted free agent, has made 783 snaps on punt and field goals over 83 regular- and postseason games with a fumble, wild snap or penalty...
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March 12, 2015