Jets Will Release Nick Mangold

Jets Will Release Nick Mangold

Jets Will Release Nick Mangold

This truly is the end of an era in NY, as Mangold represented stability as the anchor along the offensive line.

According to Nick Mangold himself, the former pro-bowler has been released by the New York Jets on Saturday.

The Jets made if official just a short while after Mangold's announcement.

After 11 seasons, the Jets have made a decision to part ways with former first-round pick Nick Mangold. He will finish his tenure with the Jets as a two-time Pro Bowl selection and two-time first-team all-Pro team member.

He battled injuries throughout the 2016 season, missing time in the middle of the year due to an injured ankle.

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He has one year left on his contract at a salary of $6.075 million.

The Jets are the only team Mangold has played for in his 11-year pro career.

Mangold was the Jets' second first-round pick - fellow lineman D'Brickashaw Ferguson was the first - in 2006 out of Ohio State. His cap charge was a hefty $9.1 million, which will be cleared in its entirety from the 2017 cap. "You could always count on Nick's smarts, consistency and poise", head coach Todd Bowles said.

At the end of the season, Mangold indicated he had no desire to retire. Here are a few options in the NFL Draft, free agency and in-house. It has been one of the most stable positions in team history.

"Decisions of this magnitude are always hard, but even more so with someone like Nick who has meant so much to this organization", said GM Mike Maccagnan.

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