Will Parks has been re-signed by the New York Jets, the team confirmed. The news that Parks would be going back to New York had earlier been shared on his Instagram story.
In December, shortly after he was claimed off of Miami’s waiver wire, Parks joined the Jets. He played in three games and started two of them when injuries ravaged the New York secondary.
Parks had nine tackles (including one for a loss) and one pass breakup during his brief tenure with the Jets.
In the 2021–22 season, Parks made his fourth professional stop in New York after spending the summer with the Kansas City Chiefs and the practice squad of the San Francisco 49ers. Parks then participated in four special teams snaps during the Dolphins’ win over the New York Giants on December 5 before being released two weeks later.
Parks, a native of Philadelphia, appeared in six games for the Eagles that year.
The Denver Broncos selected Parks in the sixth round of the 2016 draft (219th overall), and he quickly became a fan favorite after returning a blocked point-after-touchdown for two points in a 25-23 victory over the New Orleans Saints in his first NFL game.
Will Parks Contract
Will Parks agreed to terms with the New York Jets that will pay him $277,200 over the course of one year.
Will Parks Salary
The typical amount of money that Will Parks brings in each year is 277,200 dollars.
Will Parks Net Worth
Will Parks has an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars