The Jets waived punter T.J. Conley and reportedly signed former Chargers punter Bob Malone. Newsday reported the Jets signed Malone, who punted 20 times in the preseason for the Chargers, averaging 39.9 yards net with a 44.8-yard gross. The Chargers kept veteran Mike Scifres who had only four punts in preseason. Conley punted 92 times last season with a net average of 38.8 yards and 32 downed inside the opponents' 20. Conley, 27, was put on notice in training camp by special teams coach Mike Westhoff after two poor punts in a preseason game against the Giants traveled a total of 42 yards.