Frankie Luvu
(AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)

On Tuesday, the New York Jets bring back to exclusive-rights free agents in edge Frankie Luvu and running back De’Angelo Henderson.

Robby Sabo

The New York Jets have officially brought back two pieces on Tuesday.

Per the team’s official Twitter account, exclusive-rights free agents Frankie Luvu and De’Angelo Henderson have signed tenders.

Luvu, 22, is one of several Jets edge rushers. The 2018 season served as a respectable rookie campaign by way of three sacks, a pass deflection, 11 quarterback hits, and 22 total tackles in 14 games. Luvu contributed on 442 defensive snaps and 181 special teams’ plays.

Henderson, 26, is a brick-house (over 200 pounds) of a running back standing at just 5-foot-7. Drafted in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos, Henderson caught on with the Jets practice squad. In three games dressed a year ago, Henderson finished with 19 yards on two carries.

The deadline to negotiate with exclusive-rights free agents is April 8.