Looks like the Jets have signed their first unrestricted free agent, and it's one of their own.

TE Ben Hartsock has inked a new deal, according to profootballtalk.com. The deal is reportedly for two years.

Hartsock, who reeled in only one pass all season, is primarily a blocker and was a key component of the Jets' league-leading rushing attack. His one grab was a 2-yard touchdown against the Titans in the Jets' 24-17 win on Sept. 27 at the Meadowlands.

Hartsock did have a couple of killer penalties at the most inopportune time (the 16-13 overtime loss to the Bills on Oct. 18 jog your memory?) but saw action in all 16 regular-season games as well as the three postseason contests. Including the playoffs, the six-season veteran started nine games.

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He was originally picked up on Sept. 2 after he was waived by the Falcons following training camp and signed to a one-year, $1.275 million contract.