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Jets place rookie WR Evans on season-ending IR

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) The New York Jets have placed rookie wide receiver Shaquelle Evans on season-ending injured reserve after he underwent shoulder surgery Tuesday. The fourth-round draft pick out of UCLA missed most of training camp after injuring a shoulder that caused him to sit out practice on Aug. 1. Coach Rex Ryan said a few days later that the shoulder ''looks pretty...
Via AP on Fox
August 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Saunders, Evans add speed, bulk to Jets' wideout corps

BY NICK ST. DENISIt was only a matter of time before the New York Jets' draft turned in the direction of the pass-catchers.It started Friday night when the team scooped up the big tight end out of Texas Tech in Jace Amaro, and it started back up early in the third day of draft action, as Gang Green selected a pair of wideouts in the fourth round.New York first nabbed the speedy Jalen...
Via AFC East Daily
May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Four Downs: Hundley-led Bruins humble Hokies in Sun Bowl

Here are four things we learned from No. 17 UCLA's 42-12 thumping of Virginia Tech in the Sun Bowl (El Paso, Texas): 1. The Hokies (8-5) had no answer for Bruins QB Brett Hundley To say that Hundley plays an instrumental role in the UCLA offense would be a vast understatement. In the first half alone against Virginia Tech, he accounted for 241 of the Bruins' 275 total yards -- including...
Via Fox Sports South
December 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Four Downs: Hundley-led Bruins humble Hokies in Sun Bowl

Here are four things we learned from No. 17 UCLA's 42-12 thumping of Virginia Tech in the Sun Bowl (El Paso, Texas): 1. The Hokies (8-5) had no answer for Bruins QB Brett Hundley To say that Hundley plays an instrumental role in the UCLA offense would be a vast understatement. In the first half alone against Virginia Tech, he accounted for 241 of the Bruins' 275 total yards -- including...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
December 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Four Downs: Hundley-led Bruins humble Hokies in Sun Bowl

Here are four things we learned from No. 17 UCLA's 42-12 thumping of Virginia Tech in the Sun Bowl (El Paso, Texas): 1. The Hokies (8-5) had no answer for Bruins QB Brett Hundley To say that Hundley plays an instrumental role in the UCLA offense would be a vast understatement. In the first half alone against Virginia Tech, he accounted for 241 of the Bruins' 275 total yards -- including...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
December 31, 2013  |  Discuss
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