NFC West champion Jameis Winston will get a new place to play this season, according to the New York Jets.
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson announced Wednesday that Winston will join the team’s training camp roster.
The announcement came in a tweet from Johnson.
The Jets will be Winston’s first NFL team since signing a contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2015.
Winston was in Jacksonville for training camp with the Jaguars.
He’s not expected to be available for the start of the regular season.
The 27-year-old Winston had two interceptions, four passes defensed and three forced fumbles last season for the Jets, who finished the year with a 7-9 record.
The Falcons signed Winston as an undrafted free agent from Florida Atlantic University in 2015 after he had three career interceptions, including one that helped win the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Winston was a two-time All-American, but he was selected to his first Pro Bowl in 2016 after leading the team in interceptions with six.
The former Florida State star made the Pro Bowl the next season and won the award in 2017.
Winton was released by the Falcons in December after the season, and he spent last season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Falcons had their bye week in late February.