Trevor Pryce Signs With Jets

October 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Jets announced the signing of the recently released defensive end, Trevor Pryce. He will fill the slot formerly held by Mike DeVito, who filled in following the departure of Marques Douglas. Douglas himself was a former Raven.
Pryce, 35, will bring a familiarity with the playbook and experience to teach the previously mentioned DeVito. In the meantime, he'll help the Jets generate some much needed pressure without blitzing.
Pryce was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the first round (28th) in 1997. There, he proceeded to shred offensive line men for sack after sack and help them win a Super Bowl. He was named to four consecutive Pro Bowls and named part of their 50th anniversary team. He then went to the Ravens and generated excellent pressure. Now, he's a Jet.
Career wise, he is dominant. He generated 90 sacks, two picks, and 34 tackles. He managed eight fumbles and four recoveries. He is certainly a step up from DeVito.
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