The New York Jets signed wide receiver Jeremy Kerley to a one-year deal Tuesday, reuniting with a player who spent his first five NFL seasons with the franchise. To make room on the roster Tuesday, the Jets waived fullback Julian Howsare. Kerley adds a familiar face to a mostly inexperienced receiving group. With 246 catches, Kerley has the most receptions among the team’s receivers. Jermaine Kearse, acquired from Seattle on Friday for Sheldon Richardson, is next with 153. Kerley also probably will serve as the Jets’ primary punt returner. Kerley, 28, was a fifth-round pick of the Jets out of TCU in 2011.
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