Per Adam Caplan:
Ducasse reportedly had an offer from the Bengals, but opted to go to Minnesota where he’s expected to take on a backup role. The Jets were recently said to be interested in bringing Ducasse back. The former second round pick started the first four games of last season at left guard but was replaced by rookie Brian Winters in week five and relegated to backup duties thereafter.
Brian Bassett, TheJetsBlog.comWhile we wish him well, to some degree there is a sense of relief that the Jets and Ducasse have moved on from each other. Ducasse might be able to be a competent starter for a number of NFL teams, but it just never seemed to be able to work in New York for him. After being drafted in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft, expectations were high for Ducasse and he never seemed to realize his athletic potential with New York. He has come a long way since his rookie season but seems destined to compete for backup work at this point in his career.