His new contract with the Jets will see him sign a $6.5 million deal as a base salary. The amount of cash he can earn can also rise up to $12 million. A part of the deal states also states that Tyron can earn $12 million if he manages to show up for 68% of the Jets’ offensive snaps. All of these are likely to make their offensive line a force to be afraid of given the return of Aaron Rodgers.