Jets sign brother of C.J. Mosley
The Jets have signed 16 undrafted free agents, including former Alabama linebacker Jamey Mosley, who joins older brother C.J. Mosley on New York’s defense.
The younger Mosley had two sacks and 21 tackles in 31 games for the Crimson Tide. C.J. Mosley was signed by the Jets as a free agent in March after five seasons with Baltimore.
Former Florida State defensive lineman Fred Jones, the nephew of former Jets star linebacker Marvin Jones, was also signed. The younger Jones had 67 tackles and 2 1/2 sacks in 35 games for the Seminoles.
Patriots: New England signed veteran tight end Ben Watson and seven of their 10 draft choices. Watson is returned to the team he spent six years with after being drafted in the first round out of Georgia in 2004. He also spent time with the Browns, Saints and Ravens during his 15 NFL seasons.
Cardinals: Rookie Kyler Murray, the first overall pick in the NFL draft last month, took part in the first practice of rookie minicamp. He was limping afterward, but it was due to not having his preferred cleats.
Texans: Houston signed first-round pick Tytus Howard, an offensive lineman from Alabama State, and five other picks.
No introductions were necessary for Chris Lindstrom and Kaleb McGary on the opening day of the Falcons’ rookie minicamp. The first-round picks were good friends even before they lined up on the right side of the offensive line from the start of Friday’s workout. Lindstrom and McGary could open the 2019 season as the starters at right guard and right tackle, respectively.