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Jordan Leggett, Jets’ 2017 fifth-round pick, looking to put injury woes behind him and claim starting tight end job

Now Leggett enters an important spring and summer for his career. Mandatory minicamp starts Tuesday in Florham Park, and Leggett says he is somewhere between 90 and 100% healthy. General manager Mike Maccagnan allowed tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins — the Jets’ third-leading pass-catcher last season — to walk in free agency. The team didn’t sign another tight end to replace Seferian-Jenkins. Instead, they drafted one in the fourth round, Chris Herndon out of Miami, who was charged with DWI in New Jersey earlier this month.

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