Supplying quarterback Aaron Rodgers with a new pass-catcher, the New York Jets signed former Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams on Tuesday.

Williams, 29, inked a one-year contract that has a maximum value of $15 million, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The Jets went into free agency looking to upgrade at the position opposite Garrett Wilson, a 1,000-yard receiver in each of his first two seasons. Since 2018, Williams leads the NFL with 15.8 yards per reception among players with at least 200 catches, but he arrives with some durability questions.

Williams tore an ACL in Week 3 last season, causing him to miss the remainder of the year. In 2022, he missed four games plus the Chargers’ playoff loss. But from 2018 to 2021, he missed only three games. The Jets are taking on some risk, but they feel Williams’ size (6-foot-4) and field-stretching ability will add a different dimension to the offense.