Jets bring back Ed Stinson

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The Jets had a roster spot open up on Monday when the NFL suspended wide receiver Jeremy Kerley for four games and they filled it on Tuesday by bringing back a former member of the team.

Defensive lineman Ed Stinson is back with the team a week after his first stint came to an end. Stinson was waived when the Jets acquired cornerback Rashard Robinson in a trade with the 49ers.

Stinson appeared in four games and had one tackle during his first tour of duty with the team. He spent the last three years with the Cardinals and was released off injured reserve by Arizona in September.

Stinson will resume playing a reserve role behind Muhammad Wilkerson, Leonard Williams and Steve McLendon for the 4-5 Jets.

1 responses to “Jets bring back Ed Stinson

  1. How crazy is it that the Jets will likely head into the Bye Week with a .500 record, and are still in the playoff hunt. With a loss by the Dolphins and the Ravens, the Raiders and the Jets move up to Wild Card spots.

    With games left against the Panthers, Chiefs, Broncos, Saints, Chargers, and Patriots, it’s unlikely that will happen, but if the Jets can win four of those, they will still have had an impressive season considering what they’re working with. If it wasn’t for Sean McVay, Todd Bowles should win Coach of the Year.

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