New York Jets Gang Green Daily, 4/10/17: OL Jonotthan Harrison Inked
Sep 18, 2016; Denver, CO, USA; Indianapolis Colts center Jonotthan Harrison (72) in the third quarter against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

In this edition of New York Jets Gang Green Daily, Mike Maccagnan strikes with an under-the-radar signing in OL Jonotthan Harrison.

New York Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan loves these type of signings. You know, we’re referring to the under-the-radar type signings that provide no excitement whatsoever.

In fact, eyebrows are raised when this kind of signing is mentioned in the news.

Just a couple days ago, it was announced the Jets inked CB John Ojo. Now, another signing of a little known NFL player is making the rounds.

Mikey Mac made offensive lineman Jonotthan Harrison the newest Jet. The deal is of the one-year variety for a total of $850,000. It’s likely that Harrison will receive an $80,000 roster bonus if active for the first game of the season. He could also snag up to $20,000 per game if dressed.

In other news, ESPN’s Monday Night Football color man Jon Gruden provides his thoughts and feelings on a possible Mitchell Trubisky to the Jets in the No. 6 hole situation, via Rich Cimini of ESPN New York.

“I can’t see them going that high for that,” Gruden said. “There’s a lot of unknown with some of these quarterbacks. Five of the seven are underclassmen. Trubisky has played one year of college football. I don’t know. A lot of it will be dependent on what they truly think of their young quarterbacks they currently have.”

On the surface, it appears Gruden doesn’t think it’s a likely scenario.

On Sunday, we discussed and pointed out all of the overwhelming evidence that suggests Todd Bowles is in over his head as a head coach in the NFL.

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