Former Mocs QB B.J. Coleman Gets Try Out With NY Jets

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Updated: 5/16 6:36 pm
Former Chattanooga Mocs quarterback B.J. Coleman is trying to work his way back into the NFL.
He has been invited to the New York Jets rookie mini-camp, which got underway on Friday.
Coleman is competing against former Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd in the rookie camp.
This is not the first time Coleman has worked out with the Jets.
The team took a look at him back in November.
Coleman was originally drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 2012.
He spent that season on the Packers practice squad.
Then Green Bay cut him before the start of the 2013 season.
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NickAndros423 - 5/16/2014 10:54 PM
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I wish he had stayed a Vol... he would have, if Kiffin hadn't been such a jerk. Good luck, BJ.
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