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The Jets signed Desir in March, soon after he was released by the Indianapolis Colts. They gave him a one-year, $4 million contract, including $3.25 million in guarantees, expecting him to be their No. 1 corner.
That never materialized. In fact, defensive coordinator Gregg Williams benched Desir in the first half of the first game. After one week in a backup role, Desir returned to the starting lineup and remained there for the next seven games.
In the final minutes of the 30-27 loss to the Patriots, Desir allowed a 31-yard completion to wide receiver Damiere Byrd — a play in which Desir half-heartedly gave chase across the field. He was immediately pulled from the game and Hall finished the series and played the entire final drive.
Desir’s only shining moment came in