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    Jets Announce 10 UDFA Signings And 23 Tryout Players

    The New York Jets have agreed in principle with 10 undrafted free agents and have invited 23 players to this weekend's rookie minicamp for tryouts.

    Among the undrafted free agents is DB D'Anton Lynn out of Penn State, son of Jets RBs coach Anthony Lynn. And among the list of tryouts is QB Matt Simms, the Tennessee and Don Bosco Prep player who is the son of CBS analyst and former Giants QB Phil Simms. And tryout RB Joe Suhey from Penn State is the son of Matt Suhey, the Nittany Lions standout and 10-year RB for the Chicago Bears.

    The team has also re-signed free agent WR DaMarcus Ganaway (6'2", 185) from Kentucky Wesleyan (no relation to sixth-round pick RB Terrance Ganaway out of Baylor).

    UNDRAFTED FREE AGENTS

    OL John Cullen (6'5", 300), Utah

    ILB Marcus Dowtin (6'2", 226), North Alabama

    CB Donnie Fletcher (6'1", 195), Boston College

    DL Damon Harrison (6'4", 350), William Penn

    QB G.J. Kinne (6'2", 234), Tulsa

    TE Brian Linthicum (6'5", 245), Michigan State

    DB D'Anton Lynn (6'1", 208), Penn State

    CB Ryan Steed (5'11", 185), Furman

    LB Donovan Robinson (6'3", 250), Jackson State

    LB Brett Roy (6'4", 280), Nevada

    TRYOUT PLAYERS

    RB Pushaun Brown (5'10", 210), Maine

    WR Kris Burd (6'1", 200), Virginia

    LB Nelson Coleman (6'2", 235), Tulsa

    DL Randy Colling (6'5", 320), Gannon

    OL Paul Cornick (6'6", 309), North Dakota State

    WR Danny Dembry (6'2", 185), Wake Forest

    LB JoJo Dickson (6'2", 235), Idaho

    QB Dan DiLella (6'5", 225), Albany

    DB Tremayne Graham (5'10", 185), Richmond

    DL Matt Hardison (6'4", 285), Delaware

    OL Fred Koloto (6'3", 297), San Jose State

    C Randy Martinez (6'1", 286), Cincinnati

    K Brody McKnight (6'0", 204), Montana

    DB Lance Mitchell (6'2", 207), Oregon State

    OL Anthony Parker (6'5", 321), Western Michigan

    WR Royce Pollard (6'1", 175), Hawaii

    LB Josue Ortiz (6'4", 260), Harvard

    DL Richie Smith (6'3", 289), Buffalo

    QB Matt Simms (6'3', 210), Tennessee

    RB Joe Suhey (6'1", 222), Penn State

    DL Stephen Ruempolhamer (6'3", 298), Iowa State

    OL Dan Wenger (6'3", 294), Florida

    WR T.J. Williams (6'2", 184), Valdosta State

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    Why haven't we signed a Punter yet? Conley is the worst in the ****ing league.

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    [QUOTE=51JetsFanInPA;4455487]Why haven't we signed a Punter yet? Conley is the worst in the ****ing league.[/QUOTE]

    Swayze Waters, or something? Isn't he Punter?

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    Watched the ESPN story about Kinne. Pulling for him.

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    [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CELA2V_hCiU"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CELA2V_hCiU[/URL]

    Here's a video of Damon Harrison #43.

    He plays kind of high from his stance but the kid never quits on a play, he seems to have a pretty good motor for a big guy - (6'04" @ 350).

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    [QUOTE=51JetsFanInPA;4455487]Why haven't we signed a Punter yet? Conley is the worst in the ****ing league.[/QUOTE]

    I agree where the hell are the p's...........:steamin:

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    Joe Suhey is an interesting name on the tryout list. Son of former Bear Matt, so you know he loves to block.

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    [QUOTE=stanner;4455499]Swayze Waters, or something? Isn't he Punter?

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    he's not on the list?

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    Jags just released two punters after drafting their guy ... can't hurt to look at one / both of them.

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    [QUOTE=JamesR;4455657]Jags just released two punters after drafting their guy ... can't hurt to look at one / both of them.[/QUOTE]

    Jags also signed a kicker named Long Ding. :eek:

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    [QUOTE=ARodFLKeysJetsFan;4455536][URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CELA2V_hCiU"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CELA2V_hCiU[/URL]

    Here's a video of Damon Harrison #43.

    He plays kind of high from his stance but the kid never quits on a play, he seems to have a pretty good motor for a big guy - (6'04" @ 350).[/QUOTE]

    Plays high and with the exception of a couple of plays, looked a little slow off the snap by NFL standards.

    But if the strength/DL coaches can develop him in both of those areas, definitely has the size & hustle to get noticed in camp.

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    At Tennessee, Matt Simms lost his starting job as a junior in 2010. He played sparingly in 2011. (We'd say more, but [URL="http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/02/05/phil-simms-threatens-to-punch-desmond-howard/"]we're afraid to[/URL].)

    [B]Perhaps this was the Jets' way of evening up the Simms scoreboard in the division after Chris Simms took a coaching job with the Patriots. [/B]

    [URL]http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d828c7b89/article/phil-simms-son-matt-gets-tryout-with-jets?campaign=Twitter_atl_rosenthal[/URL]

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    [QUOTE=jetsfan920;4455512]Watched the ESPN story about Kinne. Pulling for him.[/QUOTE]

    saw that too. promo was misleading though, thought he actually lost his dad and was suprised he survuved attack

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    [QUOTE=ARodFLKeysJetsFan;4455536][URL]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CELA2V_hCiU[/URL]

    Here's a video of Damon Harrison #43.

    He plays kind of high from his stance but the kid never quits on a play, he seems to have a pretty good motor for a big guy - (6'04" @ 350).[/QUOTE]

    He moves like his feet are stuck in molasses. Won't play in the league

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    [QUOTE=JamesR;4455657]Jags just released two punters after drafting their guy ... can't hurt to look at one / both of them.[/QUOTE]

    Who were their punters? Must have a lot of practice coming from that team.

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    with all due respect, if that slow moving, unathletic D-Rob like guy in the film is the best they had for hignlights, he won't be around in September

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    Donovan Robinson??

    I'm intrigued by Donovan Robinson, LB Jackson State. 30 Career sacks & 60 TFL jumped out at me. Here is what I found on him.

    [url]http://www.draftnasty.com/football/videos/nfl-draft-feature-hbcu-bowl/draftnasty-spotlight-welcome-to-mr-robinson-s-neighborhood/[/url]

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    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hjo48jiw8c[/url]

    Marcus Dowtin


    I like the speed they're adding on defense.

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    OL Paul Cornick (6'6", 309), North Dakota State


    [IMG]http://image.cdnllnwnl.xosnetwork.com/pics32/200/GB/GBTVLBCSROQQPTN.20111206025354.jpg[/IMG]


    [URL]http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=120656&draftyear=2012&genpos=OT[/URL]

    Definitely worth a look.

    :cool:

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