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North Jersey Record
Bilal Powell’s days with the Jets aren’t over, after all.
The Jets agreed to terms with the veteran running back Friday night, the team announced. The length of the contract is unclear, but Powell will certainly have a chance to make the team in training camp and continue being the longest-tenured player on the team.
Powell has spent his entire eight-year career with the Jets, and missed the final two months of last season because of a serious neck injury. It looked as if his time with the Jets was over when they didn’t bring him back during free agency. But Powell worked out with the team on Friday and ended up with a deal.
Jets coach and acting general Adam Gase said this week that he was looking to add depth and competition to the roster.
“There’s some … spots where if we have some injuries [depth] could be an issue,” Gase said. “That’s why we have to keep finding ways to…