Jets sign Billy Turner – ProFootballTalk

The team announced Monday night that the Attack Jets had signed Billy Turner.

Turner, 31, visited the team earlier in the day.

He was limited to eight games with the Broncos last season due to knee problems but recently expressed that he is “100 percent healthy.”

Drafted by the Dolphins in the third round in 2014 from North Dakota State. Turner played two seasons in Miami and took shots at both right guard and tackle before being released.

He played in Denver from October 2016-18 and appeared at tackle and guard.

Turner joined the Packers in 2019 and played three seasons in Green Bay at right guard and right tackle. He overlapped there with Jets offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, quarterback Aaron Rodgers, quarterback Tim Boyle and receiver Allen Lazard.

Turner appeared in 91 games in nine seasons and started 75. He took 5,041 snaps offensively and 205 on special teams.

The Jets drafted two offensive linemen over the weekend at Wisconsin center Joe Lippman and Pete tackle Carter Warren.

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