Make it two of 12 draft picks now under contract for the Jets. Moments after linebacker Trevor Reilly, the team's seventh-round pick, came to terms, the Jets announced Wednesday that they also reached an agreement with offensive lineman Dakota Dozier, whom they selected out of Furman with their third fourth-round pick in last weekend's draft. Dozier, a left tackle in college who will likely play guard in the NFL, was selected with overall pick No. 137. The exact terms of his deal were not disclosed. Under the rookie-wage scale, which mandates that all draft picks receive four-year contracts, estimated Dozier's deal to be worth a total value of $2,520,584, which includes a $300,584 signing bonus that will be pro-rated over the life of the contract.