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Will Zach Sudfled be catching passes from his younger brother in 2016?

By Glenn Naughton

 

The New York Jets filled another hole on their roster, re-signing tight end Zach Sudfeld.

Sudfeld, a three-year pro, missed all of last season with a torn ACL.  The 6′ 7” Nevada product could be looking at a legitimate opportunity to contribute in 2016 as the Jets are depleted at the position.

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Good move, like to see what he can really do.

I agree. I was talking to my father the other day about Sudfeld, saying I'd like to see what he can do healthy in 2016.

Another guy that missed all of last season I'm anxious to first resign, then see what he can do in this defense is Antonio Allen. I really liked what I saw from him at the Safety position, especially before the Ed Reed signing in 2013.

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5 hours ago, Tony The Wiz said:

There's another Sudfeld in this draft that I like and that is the Indiana QB who I like a lot. He has everything but he needs to be molded by a good QB coach.  Draft him and coach him up for a year or two and he is worth bringing in. 

That's his little brother, Nate.  Nate is 6'6, height must run in the family.

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