But now Mosley will sport the green and white, becoming the team's latest high-priced addition. After the signing of Anthony Barr yesterday, the Jets now have the likes of Mosley, Barr, Avery Williamson, and Jordan Jenkins manning the second level of the defense.
Mosley has been a tackling machine for the Ravens, racking up 579 total tackles through five seasons and becoming one of the team's most reliable defenders.
Did Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s recent PDA break protocol?
Meanwhile, her husband Prince Harry opted for a navy suit and light pink tie as he walked hand-in-hand with his wife. This is hardly the first time Middleton's channeled a bygone era with her style.
The deal is a massive five-year, $85 million pact with $51 million guaranteed, according to a source.
Reports indicate the middle linebacker is changing teams in National Football League free agency.
Drafted in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft (17th overall) out of Alabama, Mosley has spent the past five seasons as a member of the Ravens. This is a flawless example of how not to operate in free agency. Mosley is a great player. It marked the fourth time Mosley put up at least 100 tackles with Baltimore. It's a lot of money but there's also been a lot of years between playoff appearances for the Jets, who haven't reached the playoffs since 2010. Rather, they're being proactive sweeping through the free agent market signing players entering their prime, not leaving it. The contract is a bit pricey but it will be well worth it if the Jets defense could live up to its apparent potential.
NY desperately needed help on defense.