The Jets added four players — DBs Brandon Bryant and Jeremy Clark and LBs Frankie Luvu and Anthony Wint — to their 10-man practice squad after finalizing their 53-man roster Saturday night.
All four players spent the summer with the Green & White.
Bryant first signed with the Jets after going undrafted in this year's supplemental draft. The Mississippi State product recorded six tackles and one pass defense in the preseason finale against the Eagles. The 5'11", 207-pounder recorded five interceptions and 157 tackles in three seasons with the Bulldogs while appearing in 37 games. At his Pro Day, Bryant posted 40 times of 4.45 and 4.52.
Clark, the team's 2017 sixth-round pick, missed almost all of last season recovering from an ACL injury suffered in college. He was activated to the active roster December 8th and made a game appearance in the season finale against the Patriots. The Michigan product was slowed again injury in training camp as he played both cornerback and safety throughout the summer. In 35 games (16 starts), the 6'3", 220-pounder tallied 50 tackles, three interceptions and six pass defenses for the Wolverines.
Luvu had a productive summer, earning some first-team reps throughout training camp and the preseason. The Washington State product registered six tackles, three for loss, one sack and two quarterback hits in four games of preseason action. Born in American Samoa, Luvu played in 46 games (22 starts) over four years and recorded 110 tackles, 19 for loss, eight sacks, two interceptions and two forced fumbles.
Wint recorded 12 tackles for the Jets this preseason after signing with the team following rookie minicamp. The Florida International product totaled 336 tackles, 20.5 for loss, six pass defenses and three forced fumbles in 45 games in college. The 6'0", 224-pounder ranks sixth in school history with 108 tackles in a single season (2016).
Here are the four players signed today to the Jets' practice squad:
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