|National Football League|
|Mar. 8 11:15 AM PT12:15 PM MT1:15 PM CT2:15 PM ET19:15 GMT3:15 AM 北京时间12:15 PM MST2:15 PM EST1:15 PM CT23:15 UAE14:15 ET18:15 - The New York Jets and tight end Jeff Cumberland have agreed to terms on a new contract. The Jets announced the move Saturday, but did not release terms. It's believed to be for three years, according to published reports.
Analysis: Cumberland, who was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent Tuesday, led the Jets last season with a career-high four touchdown receptions. He also had a career-best 398 yards receiving on 26 catches in his fourth NFL season. Cumberland, a former wide receiver at Illinois, signed with the Jets as an undrafted free agent in 2010. He has developed into a key part of New York's offense while starting 24 games the past two seasons. Cumberland has 58 career catches for 795 yards and seven touchdowns.
|Apr. 8 5:18 PM PT6:18 PM MT7:18 PM CT8:18 PM ET0:18 GMT8:18 AM 北京时间5:18 PM MST7:18 PM EST7:18 PM CT4:18 UAE (+1)20:18 ET23:18 - Cumberland signed a one-year tender offer to return to the Jets, potentially setting himself up as the replacement starter after Dustin Keller's departure.
Analysis: Cumberland is expected to have a more prominent role in the offense after setting career highs last year in his third NFL season with 29 catches for 359 yards and three touchdowns. Keller signed with the Dolphins as a free agent.
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