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Jets Have Resigned OLB Calvin Pace

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On Sunday, the Jets announced that they have resigned OLB Calvin Pace.

Calvin Pace signed a two-year, $5M extension according to a source close to the situation. 

Pace couldn’t renegotiate a deal until after free agency began last Tuesday. He was coming off of a MSB benefit contract according to The Star Ledger. 

Pace, 33, was the sixth unrestricted free agent to resign with the Jets. Last season, Pace recorded 53 tackles, 2 forced fumbles and 10 sacks. PFF ranked him 4th in highest pass coverage.

 

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Kris Corbett

received a Masters degree in May 2010 from New York University in International Relations. Kris attained her Bachelor's degree from Pennsylvania State University in the 2004. In 2006, she moved from Scranton, PA to Manhattan where she currently works for a private equity firm.