The New York Jets have signed defensive lineman Martin Tevaseu from the practice squad to the active roster and have added wide receiver Michael Campbell and safety Tracy Wilson to the practice squad. The announcements were made by general manager Mike Tannenbaum.
Tevaseu (6'2", 325) joins the active roster after spending the first five weeks of the season on the practice squad. He initially entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Cleveland Browns last season before joining the Jets as a free agent July 20 and appearing in all four preseason games. After he was waived by the Jets on Sept. 4, 2010, he was signed to the practice squad Sept. 6 and spent all 16 regular-season games and the first two postseason games there before being signed to the active roster Jan. 22 and earning his NFL debut at Pittsburgh in the AFC Championship Game.
Campbell (6'2", 205), released from the Jets practice squad Oct. 5, rejoins the team after initially signing as an undrafted free agent July 27 and spending preseason with the club. He played in 43 career games (19 starts) at Temple, totaling 1,253 yards and 83 receptions. As a senior, he led the Owls with 724 receiving yards on 45 receptions.
Wilson (6'2", 203) originally signed with the Jets as a free agent Aug. 24 after he was not selected in the 2011 supplemental draft. He appeared in the team's final two preseason games before being waived Sept. 3. In three seasons at Northern Illinois, he played in 32 games (17 starts) and amassed 171 total tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, four fumble recoveries and one interception.