The Jets placed Avery Williamson's linebacker on the injured reserve and signed LB Albert McCellan.
Williamson, who started Thursday night against the Falcons and recorded four tackles and a sack, injured his knee with less than four minutes remaining in the opening half of Green & White's 22-10 win over Atlanta.
At the end of the second quarter, Williamson and CB Tevaughn Campbell collided in the end zone as Campbell attempted a dive to knock down Matt Ryan's pass in a second – and score a goal.
A six-year veteran who signed with the Greens and Whites in 201
McCellon (6 & # 39; 2 ", 250) is Marshall's eighth annual backer. He signs as an undrafted free agent with Baltimore after the NFL draft in 2010 and has spent most of his NFL career as an associate on the reserve and special teams with the Ravens from 2011-18 – and from 2014-18 he was a Baltimore teammate of Jets MLB CJ Mosley. McClellan contributed to the Ravens XLVII Super Bowl in the 49ers.
He returned last season from a torn ACL. who cost him the 2017 season in Baltimore and played six more Ravens games before being released last October 30. A week later, he signed with the H and has played the last seven regular season games and three postseason games, including Super Bowl LIII, for the Patriots, becoming an unrestricted free agent in March.
For his professional career, McCellon played 103 regular season games (24 starts ) and has cut 153 games and three sacks, forced two games and recovered five.