Jets Sign Cleveland State Basketball Player

The New York Jets have signed former Cleveland State basketball player J’Nathan Bullock and project him as a tight end, according to Brian Bassett of
The high-scoring 6’5,” 240-pounder was an honorable-mention all-state football player in high school in Flint, Mich.
The Jets also reportedly agreed to terms with: Rutgers defensive end Jamaal Westerman, Arkansas tight end Andrew Davie, Iowa defensive lineman Matt Kroul, Idaho punter T.J. Conley, Utah State tight end Robert Myers, Nebraska defensive end Zach Potter, McNeese State offensive tackle Kyle Link, Harvard quarterback Chris Pizotti, South Carolina safety Emanuel Cook and Oregon State offensive tackle Tavita Thompson.

12 responses to “Jets Sign Cleveland State Basketball Player

  1. I think they are trying for the Antonio Gates method.
    J’Nathan had a workout for the Vikings early on but I guess they didn’t think it would work.

  2. Pmcganno8 obviously doesnt like the jets, probably a frontrunner Patriots fan……half the league is undrafted free agents, get a clue

  3. Why not give it a shot.
    B-Ballers have mad footwork skills and can create massive problems for linebackers with their jumping ability to go and get balls.
    worth a shot.
    The Jets already robbed Cleveland blind, why not take the next big hing right out from under their noses after they lost Winslow.

  4. it’s more than fine if you don’t like the jets, but some act like they have no right to try to improve themselves. everything is portrayed as a desperate attempt to try to win. oh, how dare they?
    i can’t believe the patriots had the audacity to bring in joey galloway, fred taylor, greg lewis, and shawn springs. and brady rushed back from an injury. how frantic of them.

  5. pmcganno8: Clearly, you’ve never heard of Antonio Gates or Tony Gonzalez. And as roachk1lla said, Julius Peppers also played basketball at North Carolina.
    Ralph GreNader: If J’Nathan is not a name, then what about D’Brickashaw?

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