A bit of the Jets offensive line from slack final season won’t be returning in 2021.
Guard Pat Elflein, who started the closing six games for Original York in 2020 after the Jets claimed him off waivers in mid-November, is in agreement with the Carolina Panthers, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The 26-year-former will earn a 3-year, $13.5 million deal with $6 million totally assured.
Elflein was once subpar for the Jets final season, recording a 48.0 total Real Football Focal level grade. He allowed two sacks in six games after coming over from the Vikings. The Panthers were in want of guards, as every of their starters from 2020 are free agents.
Elflein’s deal with Carolina can’t develop into unswerving till the contemporary league year begins on March 17 at 4 p.m. ET.