The Jets have signed rookie free agent wide receiver Jonah Trinnaman.
Trinnaman (6'0", 190), the former Brigham Young University wideout, was first signed as an undrafted free agent by Arizona right after the 2018 NFL Draft, then was waived two weeks later. Chicago was among NFL teams that showed initial interest in him before the draft.
Trinnaman didn't compile big numbers at BYU, recording 52 receptions for 626 yards (12.0 yards/catch) and one touchdown the past two seasons combined. He came to BYU after playing juco ball at Snow College in central Utah, where in 2015 he caught 47 passes for 803 yards (17.1 yards/catch) and eight TDs and returned 17 kickoffs for a 33.9-yard average and a 99-yard score.
He wasn't invited to the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, but some have described him as a "freakish athlete" and he wowed scouts at the Cougars' pro day on March 31, turning in 40 times of 4.30 and 4.31 seconds, a 12'0" broad jump and a 40.5" vertical jump.