Found October 23, 2011 on The Boone Docks:
Toward the end of his rookie season, it almost seemed as though the Jets had placed first-round cornerback Kyle Wilson in the witness protection program to shield him from the experienced NFL quarterbacks who were picking on him unlike anything he ever saw at Boise State. But quietly over the first half of this season, Wilson has been showing signs of progress while playing the nickel corner.
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