One day after felony charges against their leading receiver from 2017 were dropped, the New York Jets welcomed back their top wideout from 2016.
Quincy Enunwa signed his restricted free-agent tender on Wednesday, keeping him under contract with Gang Green for one more season at $2.9 million.
After a breakout 2016 campaign during which he caught 58 balls for 857 yards and four touchdowns, Enunwa missed the entire 2017 season after suffering a neck injury during training camp. In his stead, Robby Anderson emerged as a starter and New York traded for Jermaine Kearse, who was a more-than-suitable No. 2 option.
Anderson, Kearse and Enunwa will be joined in 2018 by former Cleveland Browns receiver Terrelle Pryor, who joined the team two weeks ago on a one-year, $4.5 million deal. Enunwa's return will accelerate conversation over Kearse's place on the team; he and his $5.5 million cap hit are rumored to be training-camp trade bait. However, given Gang Green's cushy cap situation and Anderson's predilection for off-field trouble, it can't hurt to go into an important season with four starting-quality receivers.
Here are the other transactions worth noting from Wednesday: