In an attempt to add more offensive line depth, the Jets agreed to terms with former Giant James Brewer, a source confirmed Thursday. It's reportedly a one-year deal.
Brewer, 27, has experience playing guard and right tackle for the Giants, but his production was minimal. The organization knew he was a project when they drafted him in 2011 out of Indiana, and he never quite lived up to their expectations. Brewer, who was a rookie on the Giants' Super Bowl XLVI team, made eight starts in 2013 and played in just two games last season.
He visited with the Jets on Wednesday, along with linebacker Jamari Lattimore, 26. Speedy wideout Denarius Moore, who caught 17 touchdown passes in four seasons in Oakland, is visiting the Jets on Thursday.