The New York Jets missed out on Jack Conklin early Monday. However, the Jets just wouldn’t be denied to begin free agency. New York has now reportedly come to terms with former Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle George Fant.

According to a Monday evening report from Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Jets and Fant have agreed to a three-year deal worth a total of $30 million. Not only that, but the newly-inked pact also comes with $13.7 million in guaranteed money. Fant will now make his way from the Pacific Northwest to East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Even though Conklin, Fant and several other high level blockers are now off the market, one should expect the lowly Jets to continue to add to the team’s offensive line as starting running back Le’Veon Bell can use all the help he can get moving forward.

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The aforementioned Bell became one of the team’s primary cornerstones alongside quarterback Sam Darnold after making his way to “Gang Green” from the Pittsburgh Steelers last offseason. With Bell signing a lucrative, multi-year free agent contract with the Jets last spring, big things were expected of him in his first year in green and white. However, that did not happen as Darnold became ill, Bell struggled and the team’s offensive line didn’t do much of anything.

Because the Jets are looking to change those narratives in 2020, it is hardly surprising that New York has already locked up a player like Fant.