With teams not yet signing a single first- or second-round pick, the Jets have opted to be the first in the pool.
According to Adam Caplan of FOXSports.com, the Jets have agreed to terms with Vladimir Ducasse.
Per Caplan, the 61st pick in the 2010 draft will sign a four-year, $3.25 million contract with a signing bonus just over $1 million.
Ducasse is expected to start at left guard, in place of veteran Alan Faneca, who was released in April.
Now that the Jets have paid the two men on the left side of their line (D’Brickashaw Ferguson and Ducasse), the question becomes when and if they’ll extend the contract of center Nick Mangold.