• Calvin Pace returns to the Jets

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Mar 16, 2014
    Calvin Pace has re-signed with the New York Jets for two years and $5 million, according to a league source. A league source tells PFT that linebacker Calvin Pace has re-signed with the Jets. Pace, 33, signed a six-year deal with the Jets in 2008. The Jets cut Pace, coming off a poor season, to save salary-cap room. Even though the team has now re-signed Pace the talent at the edge is still thin, so look to see if the Jets don’t add linebacker / defensive ends in the middle rounds of the NFL Draft in May as longer-term and depth solutions. So far the Jets have done more in re-signing or cutting their own players over to bringing new players into the organization. General manager John Idzik has been trying to rebuild the roster for a year with younger players, sticking to one-year, minimum-salary deals for those on the wrong side of 30.
    • Thoughts on Calvin Pace's return

      Outside linebacker Calvin Pace has agreed to a two-year, $5 million contract to return to the New York Jets for a seventh season. A few takeaways: 1. Exception to the Idzik rule: This is an un-Idzik-ian move because of Pace's age (33). General manager J…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Source: Pace re-signs with Jets for 2 years

      Calvin Pace has re-signed with the New York Jets for two years and $5 million, according to a league source.
    • Jets re-up LB Pace for two years, $5M

      Veteran outside linebacker Calvin Pace will be back with Gang Green after a rebound season in which he posted a career-best 10 sacks. Pace, 33, has been with the Jets since 2008 and re-upped Sunday on a two-year, $5 million deal, according to a source.

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