Jets sign former Browns safety Brodney Pool

The Jets have come to terms with a safety with a history of injury issues, as today the team inked Brodney Pool. The report from PFT says that the deal is a one-year deal worth $1.3 mil:

Free agent safety Brodney Pool is about to become a Jet.

Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that the New York Jets reached an agreement on a one-year, $1.3 million deal with Pool on Thursday night.

Pool has played his entire five-year career in Cleveland but wasn’t tendered by the Browns. That means the Jets won’t have to send any compensation to the Browns, even though Pool was technically a restricted free agent.

Pool has suffered multiple concussions, and after his latest concussion cut short his 2009 season, there was talk that it could end his career. But Pool was given a clean bill of health in February.

In addition to the Jets, teams that showed an interest in Pool included the Rams and Buccaneers.

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2 Responses to “Jets sign former Browns safety Brodney Pool”

  1. fernando says:

    I hope the Jets sign that bum LT. The Dolphins are going to kick their butts again, both games this season 2010!!! Go DOLPHINS!!!!!!

  2. BarryCleo22 says:

    Set your life time easier take the business loans and all you need.

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