Jets finalize roster moves, with three suspended players

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The Jets didn’t have to make as many cuts as other teams, since they had three players who will serve suspensions to start the year.

Between cornerback Rashard Robinson (four games), linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (two) and wide receiver ArDarius Stewart (one), the Jets had three transactions taken care of by the league.

They also released veteran center Travis Swanson and running back Charcandrick West, and placed safety Rontez Miles on the reserve/physically unable to perform list.

They waived 12 players to get to the 53-man limit: Running back Thomas Rawls, wide receiver Chad Hansen, wide receiver Tre McBride, tight end Clive Walford, defensive lineman Deon Simon, linebacker Dylan Donahue, linebacker Frankie Luvu, linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin, linebacker Anthony Wint, safety Brandon Bryant, cornerback Jeremy Clark, and kicker Taylor Bertolet.

8 responses to “Jets finalize roster moves, with three suspended players

  1. tylawspick6 says:
    September 1, 2018 at 8:08 pm
    how is robby anderson not suspended?

    it makes absolutely no sense

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    do you really need to ask? They play for Roger’s former team.

  2. Suspended for what???? ( except for 1 moving violation ) All the Charges were dropped… Why would he be suspended? Thinking or believing he broke the Law is different then actually proving he broke the law. Innocent until proven guilty in the USA, most peeps forget that. Same goes for LeSean McCoy… Just because people want to believe and or wishful thinking him to be guilty doesn’t make it so. Guilt has to be proven in this Country.

  3. Like you said, even if most charges were dropped, one remained which he plead out. Typically, that results in a suspension, most likely a game.

  4. ” Just because people want to believe and or wishful thinking him to be guilty doesn’t make it so. Guilt has to be proven in this Country.”

    In a court of law you are correct, the suspensions were not in a court of law. If we had it your way any player committing an offense could BUY themselves out it and never be suspended. These animals need to grow up and realize there is accountability including punishment to all of their actions on and off the field

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