Former Syracuse wide receiver Jarrod West to reportedly attend New York Jets rookie minicamp

first_imgFormer Syracuse wide receiver Jarrod West will attend New York Jets rookie minicamp this weekend, per Syracuse.com. West will also attend Tennessee Titans rookie minicamp on the weekend of May 16 if he isn’t signed by then, his agent told Syracuse.com. West wasn’t selected in the NFL Draft, which concluded on Saturday.West will join former SU safety Durell Eskridge, who signed with the Jets on Saturday night.West didn’t record a receiving touchdown in his senior season at SU, but had 285 more receiving yards than the second-highest total on the team. His long of 51 yards was the highest of any receiver on the season, as he served as a primary deep threat.West was a long shot to be drafted, as CBS Sports ranked him as the No. 93 wide receiver in the draft and the 696th overall prospect. The site didn’t even project West to be picked up in free agency after the draft concluded.Syracuse did not have a single former player drafted this year for the first time since 2008 and second time since 1975, but seven others, outside of West, have latched on to NFL teams since the draft ended. Here is a list of what teams those players will join:AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDarius Kelly – safety – Buffalo BillsDurell Eskridge – safety – New York JetsCameron Lynch – linebacker – St. Louis RamsDyshawn Davis – linebacker – Washington RedskinsSean Hickey – offensive tackle – New Orleans SaintsEric Crume – defensive tackle – Jacksonville JaguarsBrandon Reddish – cornerback – Oakland Raiders Comments Published on May 5, 2015 at 12:25 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidman Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Two Palm Beach County deputies test positive for the coronavirus

first_imgA spokesperson for the Palm Beach Sheriffs Office is reporting that two of it’s deputies have tested positive for the coronavirus.The development was relayed to the media Tuesday afternoon though it is unclear when the deputies became ill or how they contracted the virus.Anyone who had contact with the two deputies including medical staff and fellow employees, have been tested and have been asked to self-quarantine.A third deputy has also been hospitalized and is now awaiting the results.Those who have come into contact with them have been asked to self-quarantine but have not been tested.This is a developing story.last_img read more