Jets Have Exchange of WRs on Roster

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Jets WR Titus Davis has left camp. To replace Davis on the 90-man roster, the Jets have acquired WR Chris King on waivers.

King (6'1", 200) was a four-year wideout for Duquesne University, compiling 175 receptions for 2,574 yards (14.7 yards/catch) and 24 touchdowns over his last three seasons from 2012-15. He was signed as an undrafted free agent by Arizona after the draft but was waived by the Cardinals in June. Then he signed with Atlanta last week but was just waived.

Davis, the first player in NCAA FBS history with eight-plus receiving TDs in each of four seasons, went from Central Michigan to Chargers camp to the practice squads of the Jets, Bills and back to the Jets last year.

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