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Fullback Zach Line Visits Jets

Unrestricted Free Agent out of SMU Played His First 4 NFL Seasons in the Minnesota Vikings' Backfield


The Jets brought in unrestricted free agent fullback Zach Line for a visit to the Atlantic Health Training Center today.

Line (6'1", 233) was originally an undrafted free agent out of SMU (and new Jets LB Kelvin Beachum's teammate with the Mustangs). He signed with Minnesota after the 2013 draft, and in his first preseason game as a pro, the Vikes' summer opener against Houston, he took a short pas from QB Matt Cassel and went 61 yards for a touchdown.

He's spent all four of his pro seasons with the Vikings, playing little in the 2013-14 regular seasons but then appearing in 31 games (9 starts) with the Vikes as a fullback/tight end in 2015-16.

For his career, Line has 25 yards on 13 carries with two touchdowns and 103 yards on seven receptions with one TD. All his touchdowns came in 2015.

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