Harrison, the team's starting nose tackle, received a second-round tender Monday worth $2.356 million. If another team wants to sign him, it would owe the Jets a second-round pick if New York does not match the offer.
Harrison has 121 tackles and one sack in three seasons since joining the Jets as an undrafted free agent out of William Penn in 2012.
Jarrett, a backup safety with two career interceptions, received an original-round tender - he was a second-rounder of Philadelphia in 2011 - also worth $2.356 million. But the Jets would receive a third-rounder if they don't match an offer because a team can't have two restricted free agents with same-round tenders.
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