The New York Jets apparently didn't land Darrelle Revis, but they did find someone for him to cover twice a year.

Former Denver Broncos receiver Eric Decker agreed to terms late Wednesday night, the Jets announced. The deal is for five years and $36.25 million with $15 million in guarantees, a person with knowledge of the deal told USA TODAY Sports on condition of anonymity because contract details were to remain private.

Decker, 26, had 222 catches for 3,070 yards and 33 touchdowns over four seasons with the Broncos, who drafted him in the third round out of Minnesota in 2010.

He arguably was the best receiver on a free-agent market that finally began to move Wednesday afternoon, when Golden Tate signed a five-year deal with the Detroit Lions.