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Jets Add Canadian to Their Secondary

The New York Jets have signed DB Etienne Boulay to a reserve/future contract. The announcement was made by Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum.

Boulay (5'9", 187) was selected in the second round (16th overall) of the 2006 Canadian Football League Draft by the Montreal Alouettes. In two CFL seasons, he recorded 41 tackles (24 solo) and five interceptions. In four seasons at the University of New Hampshire, he recorded 223 tackles, 13 interceptions and 27 passes defensed. Boulay is a native of Montreal, Canada.

He becomes the 12th player that the Jets have signed to a reserve/future contract, joining RB Alvin Banks, S Darnell Bing, WR David Clowney, CB Manny Collins, OL Stanley Daniels, OL Wayne Hunter, DT Thomas Johnson, LB Jerry Mackey, QB Brett Ratliff, WR Shaine Smith and WR Marco Thomas.

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