JETS SIGN SAFETY THEREZIE, WAIVE FULLBACK BROWN

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - The New York Jets News'>New York Jets have signed safety Robenson Therezie and waived fullback Algernon Brown. Therezie was waived by New Orleans on Saturday after playing in the Saints' 20-14 preseason-opening loss to Cleveland on Thursday night. He was originally signed by Atlanta as an undrafted free ...

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