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The New York Jets have signed wide receiver Jordan White and cornerbacks Donnie Fletcher and Darrin Walls from the practice squad, hours before the team's game against the New England Patriots.
All three are available to play in the game Thursday night.
White was a seventh-round draft pick out of Western Michigan in April who re-signed with the Jets last month after being cut from the practice squad in September.
Fletcher was on the active roster earlier this season before being waived and later re-signed to the practice squad in September.
Walls was signed to the Jets' practice squad in September after being waived by Atlanta. Source: Associated Press Attached Thumbnails
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