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Teague Placed on Injured Reserve


In eight seasons, Teague has played 94 games

Trey Teague's season has officially come to an end. Teague, a veteran offensive lineman who signed with the New York Jets last April, was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. The Jets also made two practice squad moves, signing defensive lineman Keyonta Marshall and waiving offensive lineman Norm Katnik.

Teague, who injured his leg before training camp commenced, was placed on the Active/PUP list in late July. He was activated prior to the regular season but never took the field for the Jets. Teague, a veteran with 94 games of experience, played the previous four seasons with the Buffalo Bills. The 31-year old Teague, a Tennessee product, was originally a seventh-round selection by the Denver Broncos.

Marshall, 6'1", 325 pounds, played in one game for the Philadelphia Eagles last season and tallied two tackles.  He most recently played for the Hamburg Sea Devils in NFL Europe, posting 24 tackles and three sacks last spring.  Marshall attended Grand Valley State and was a seventh round selection of the Eagles.

Katnik appeared in three games for the Jets this season and made two starts.  The Jets removed Katnik from the active roster on September 28 and designated the USC alum to the practice squad.

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