The Jets signed tight end Nick Truesdell on Saturday and released another former Mike Maccagnan draft pick in cornerback Derrick Jones.
Trusedell returns to the Jets having signed with the team on Aug. 4. His first tenure with the Green & White only lasted two days before he was released to make room for offensive lineman Alex Lewis, who the Jets traded for.
Trusedell has bounced around indoor football leagues and landed on the Colts for a short stint in 2016. The 29-year-old was also cut by the Vikings in 2017 and played in the recently defunct AAF with the Salt Lake Stallions.
Jones, 24, was a sixth-round pick of the Jets in 2017. According to SNY's Connor Hughes, he was lining up with the second-team defense at times during training camp, making the move a bit surprising.
Without Jones in the fold, Jamal Adams, Marcus Maye and Eli McGuire are the only players still on the Jets from their 2017 draft class.