The New York Jets have bolstered their WR corps, signing Terrelle Pryor, giving potential new starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater a downfield threat to work with. The news was made official late Thursday evening by NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Length of the contract, as well as financials, have not been disclosed at this time.

Teddy Bridgewater has a new weapon

Barring any setback physically, Teddy Bridgewater looks to open the season as the New York Jets starting quarterback.

News of Pryor signing should be music to his ears. Last year's receiving corps was thin on talent and experience, with Jermaine Kearse and Robby Anderson operating as the top targets for then-starting quarterback Josh McCown. The team also lost their starting tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins to free agency.

Seferian-Jenkins signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Pryor struggled last year with the Washington Redskins, dealing with injuries and the scheme fit in Jay Gruden's offense. However, the talented wide receiver is still just two years removed from a 1,000-yard season with the Cleveland Browns. He is still young, he won't turn 29 until this June and has only been in the NFL since 2011 when he was drafted by the Oakland Raiders.

His size makes him a dangerous vertical threat and he should be eager to return to form.

How will this affect the Jets moving forward?

With the Pryor signing, Wide Receiver is no longer an immediate need, so don't look for the Jets to draft one early. They hold the No. 3 pick in the NFL draft. The team likes their young receivers and will have Quincy Enunwa returning from injury.

If they bring on another receiver, look for it to be just a camp body or maybe another veteran presence. A tight end, however, is something the Jets will need to address, and they can do so in the draft. They currently hold five picks outside of the first round, including a third and a fourth-round pick.

As far as cap space goes, the New York Jets are loaded with cash.

They entered free agency boasting the largest cap space in the NFL, with nearly $90 million. The signing of Pryor should not deter them from making any more moves or going after a player they like. They've been active early on, signing Running Back Isaiah Crowell and defensive back Trumaine Johnson to multi-year contracts.

All in all, Jets fans should be happy with their new free-agent addition and the roster the team has built early in free agency.