Jets sign five undrafted rookies, cut three players

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The Jets announced a series of roster moves as their rookie minicamp got underway on Friday.

Five undrafted rookies have been added to the roster while three other players have been waived. The Jets also drafted six players last week.

Four of those draft picks were on the offensive side of the ball and the team signed three more skill position players. Kent State wide receiver Keshunn Abram, Indiana (PA) wide receiver Irvin Charles, and N.C. State running back Zonovan “Bam” Knight will be vying for spots on the Jets roster.

Illinois safety Tony Adams and Middle Tennessee State linebacker DQ Thomas have also signed with the team.

Safety Zane Lewis, running back Austin Walter, and offensive lineman Isaiah Williams were waived as the team made space for the new faces.

1 responses to “Jets sign five undrafted rookies, cut three players

  1. Bam is an NFL caliber RB with make you miss in his game. Solid size and power, with wiggle. Speed is not great, but vision is. That makes him a pretty good chance to field kick-offs. He led the NCAA in KR for TDs. Locks of thread left as he shared RB duties with Ricky Person.

    Perfect landing spot. Marketing potential awaits. “BAM!” I don’t know the Jets’ RB room, but I’m betting he joins it.

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