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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

No surprise here: The Jets are in full housecleaning mode. They're dumping salary and trying to get younger. Nick Mangold, 33, had a $9.1 million cap charge in the final year of his contract. The entire amount will be cleared from the cap. Mangold, one of the most accomplished players in team history, was respected from the moment he walked in the door in 2006. But he missed eight games last season due to an ankle injury that didn't heal as quickly as he had hoped. You're up, Wesley Johnson. Good luck.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets C Nick Mangold, their longest tenured player, announced on Twitter that "my time as a New York has come to an end." Ending an era. A $9.1 million cap savings for the Jets.

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