Breaking: New York Jets Cut OL Jonotthan Harrison

Quite surprisingly, the New York Jets have cut veteran offensive lineman Jonotthan Harrison. He announced his release on a post on his personal Instagram account.


Harrison signed with the Jets in 2017 in free agency. That season, he played 8 games and started one of them. He played in 10 percent of the offensive snaps.

Jonotthan Harrison would see more playing time in 2018 and 2019. In 2018, he played all 16 games, starting eight at the center position in place of a struggling Spencer Long. Harrison saw 51 percent of offensive snaps.

In 2019, Harrison played in all 16 games and started 10 of them. He saw 67 percent of offensive snaps. On Pro Football Focus, Harrison was marked at a below-average grade of 51.4, committing 3 penalties in 680 snaps.

Notably, Harrison’s release means that newly-signed Josh Andrews will take his place as a backup guard/center.

Identically, Jonotthan Harrison and Josh Andrews have an alike skillset.

Keep in mind, Harrison bailed out the Jets for two consecutive years, making up ground for the terrible signings of Spencer Long and Ryan Kalil.

Jonotthan Harrison was also a notable leader in the clubhouse. His presence as a leader will be missed.

Most importantly, the cuts of Harrison and James Burgess Jr. are just two of more to come. The 53-man roster cutdown deadline is tomorrow at 4 P.M. Eastern Standard Time.

We’ll keep you posted with the latest notable cuts from Jets camp.

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