Chris Ivory signs three-year contract

Ian Rapoport hears the agreement is worth about $3 million annually.

Brian Bassett, TheJetsBlog.com

It’s a sign of how much the Jets believe in what Ivory brings to the table.  Between what Ivory make and Goodson’s contract, the team has to feel pretty secure about the running back position for the next two years at a minimum.

On the whole, Ivory will likely be the early down back to grind out hard yards and then the Jets will use Goodson take in more of the third down role.