Former Clemson LB signs with Jets


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Chuck Cook - USA Today Sports
Chuck Cook - USA Today Sports

A new beginning for a former Clemson linebacker.

The New York Jets have signed Stephone Anthony to their roster and waived safety Santos Ramirez to make room.

Over the weekend, Anthony was released by the Atlanta Falcons. He had signed with the Falcons in July and had five tackles including one for loss in three preseason games.

The 28-year old had a reserve role with the Dolphins the previous two seasons appearing in 24 games with a total of 22 tackles and a tackle for a loss.

The former Clemson standout was a Saints’ first-round pick in 2015, where he posted 112 tackles as a rookie. Overall, he has 150 career tackles, one sack, two forced fumbles and one interception in the professional ranks.

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