The Jets have acquired a Super Bowl-winning offensive lineman at the NFL Trade Deadline, according to reports.

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The Jets have acquired a Super Bowl-winning offensive lineman at the NFL Trade Deadline, according to reports.

The New York Jets have been keeping a close eye on the NFL trade deadline, with the intention of buying or selling depending on the situation.

With a spectacular deadline transaction with the Kansas City Chiefs, they found a perfect opportunity.

According to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network, the Green and White are trading tight end Daniel Brown to the Chiefs in exchange for veteran center Laurent Duvernay-Tardif.

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A Very Interesting Deal with a Tight Deadline

In exchange for a very valued and seasoned offensive tackle, the Jets traded one of their backup tight ends who also contributed on special teams.

Brown has been with the Green and White since 2019, and has appeared in 39 games throughout that time, although only six of them as a starter.

He has appeared in seven games this season but has yet to produce any statistically significant results.

On the other hand, Duvernay-Tardif has played for the Chiefs for his entire seven-year NFL career.

Because to the COVID outbreak last season, he opted out. In Week 8, he was activated for the first time against the New York Giants on Monday Night Football.

Since his arrival in the league in 2015, the veteran has appeared in 60 games, starting 57 of them.

The veteran lineman had a no-trade clause in his contract that he relinquished to agree this move to the Jets, which was part of a restructure following the Super Bowl year in 2019.

This is a developing story, and we will update you as more information becomes available.

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