The New York Jets are attempting to bolster their offensive line this offseason and they've added another interior lineman on Saturday. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, New York has signed Greg Van Roten to a three-year deal.

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Van Roten has spent the past three seasons with the Carolina Panthers. Furthermore, in the past two seasons, Van Roten has been Carolina's starting left guard.

Just this past season alone, Van Roten had one of the best seasons of his career, allowing one sack on 704 offensive snaps. Now, the Jets are hoping that Van Roten can bring that level of productivity upon signing with the team on Saturday.

Seeing the moves that New York has made so far in free agency, it's apparent they are making a concerted effort to improve the offensive line for next season. Besides Van Roten, the Jets have already inked deals with George Fant, Connor McGovern, Josh Andrews, and Alex Lewis.

Altogether, throughout the 2019 season, the offensive line of the Jets surrendered 52 sacks. That was the fourth-most allowed by any team in the NFL. With Sam Darnold as their hopeful franchise quarterback, it's vital for New York to keep him upright as much as possible.

Also, it's crucial for the Jets to give Le'Veon Bell more running lanes, allowing him to return to the All-Pro version of himself. In his first season with New York in 2019, Bell finished with a career-low 3.2 yards per carry on 245 attempts.

Aside from the moves that the Jets have made thus far in free agency, they also possess the No. 11 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Provided that, there's no doubt that New York should see a massive improvement from their offensive line next season.