Published April 29, 2013
| Associated Press
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. – The New York Jets have signed veteran guard Stephen Peterman and agreed to terms with 15 undrafted free agents.
The moves Monday came after the Jets also announced they had waived quarterback Tim Tebow.
Peterman, who adds depth to the Jets' revamped offensive line, was a third-round draft pick by Dallas in 2004 and played the last seven seasons with Detroit. He has appeared in 90 career games with 86 starts.
The Jets also agreed to terms with wide receivers Zach Rogers, Ryan Spadola, K.J. Stroud and Antavious Wilson; tight ends Chris Pantale and Mike Shanahan; offensive linemen Dalton Freeman, Trey Gilleo and Mark Popek; defensive linemen Roosevelt Holliday, Jake McDonough and Spencer Nealy; linebacker Troy Davis; and defensive backs Mike Edwards and Rontez Miles.