The New York Jets have picked up offensive lineman David Moore and waived offensive lineman Teton Saltes, per Twitter on Jets.com.
After the Carolina Panthers waived him on Sunday, the Jets claimed the undrafted free agent today.
The 6-foot-1, 330-pound Moore played with Grambling State, where he redshirted in 2016 before playing in nine games in 2017. He then started 15 contests at left guard for the Tigers in 2018-19 and his 2020 season was cancelled due to COVID-19.
Moore earned the Senior Bowl’s top offensive lineman award on the American Team in January. Born in Little Rock, AR, he attended McClellan High School, where he played both defensive end and offensive line.
Saltes (6-4, 300) was one of 12 undrafted free agents to ink with New York in May. He played in 35 titlts at right tackle for New Mexico from 2017-2020 after switching from the defensive line before the ’17 season.
However, Saltes sustained a knee injury in Saturday’s Green and White practice.
— Jerry Del Priore