Found November 21, 2012 on NFL Draft Zone:
PLAYERS: Stephen HillRex Ryan
TEAMS: New York Jets
Coach Rex Ryan said the Jets will “keep throwing” to struggling rookie WR Stephen Hill. Hill went without a catch again in Week 11, the fourth time that has happened this year. He also had another mind-numbing drop. Ryan tried to blame Hill’s illness for the woes. “Sometimes when you have young players, rookie players, and they miss the whole week of practice…you kind of have these lapses.” Jets will continue to throw him the ball, but that doesn’t mean that he will catch the ball.  Stephen Hill had a few good weeks at wide out and that was in the beginning of the year.  He has been horrible since though.  Don’t expect much to change, especially with the New York Jets.
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