Vinny Curry signs with the New York Jets, after a rare blood disorder meant he missed last season.

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — When veteran defensive end Vinny CurryIn August, he said that he would have to miss the season for a rare disorder of the blood that requires the removal of his spleen. He also promised to be back in 2022. He has.

Curry, who will turn 34 on June 30, signed a new contract with the New York JetsWednesday saw the announcement of the team. In a video posted to the team's official Twitter pageCurry exclaimed, “I'm back baby!” I'm ready for flight and to kick some asses along the way.

Curry's health was a serious concern last year.

Although he was diagnosed in July, it was expected that he would be able return to work in September after he had recovered from the splenectomy. Then blood clots began to form and he was forced into taking blood thinners. He said that he would be unable to have physical contact with his wife for up to six months.[The doctors]Curry stated that Curry had informed him that he was expected to fully recover and be back on the field next season.

“I am grateful to everyone who has reached out to my via phone, social media and in person. I can assure them that I will be back stronger than ever and more determined than ever.

Curry is most famous for his time with The Philadelphia Eagles. He was a starter for the Eagles' 2017 Super Bowl champion team and played eight seasons.

Curry was born in New Jersey and signed a one-year contract with the Jets last offseason. Curry never made it onto the field.

Curry finds himself in a very competitive defensive position. The Jets signed Curry during free agency Jacob MartinWho will join us? Carl Lawson(Returning after Achilles surgery). John Franklin-MyersAnd Bryce Huff. The Jets have a strong chance of drafting a defensive end next week with one their first-round picks.

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