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Sunday, May 02, 2010

WitP: Brashton, RGM

Jason Kaneshiro writes that Brashton Satele signed a 3-year deal with the Jets.
A weekend tryout earned former Hawaii linebacker Brashton Satele a three-year free-agent contract with the New York Jets.
Satele was among four linebackers invited to try out with the Jets at this weekend’s rookie mini-camp after a free-agent deal with the Oakland Raiders fell through. He turned the opportunity to perform into a chance to return to the Jets later this month for organized team activities (OTAs).
Stephen Tsai has more:
Agent Kenny Zuckerman said Satele was brought in as a backup linebacker who also could play on special teams. The Jets, who run a 3-4 defense, start inside linebackers David Harris and Bart Scott.

"Those are two great guys to learn from," Satele said.
And MiamiDolphins.com has a profile of Ryan Grice-Mullen.
“I’m sure a lot of you guys know how hard it is to come somewhere new as a rookie and not really know anybody and not really know how the practice is run and how the systems go and how the coaches are,” Grice-Mullen said. “But having one of my best friends on the team really helped because he helped prepare me and kind of told me how things will probably go and just gave me the mindset to get ready for things. Davone always helps me a lot.”
UPDATE (5/3/10): Stephen Tsai and Jason Kaneshiro have follow-up articles on Brashton signing with the Jets.


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