Former Penn State DT Devon Still released by the New York Jets

Former Penn State defensive tackle Devon Still was released by the New York Jets on Monday according to Ian Rapoport.

Still was drafted in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals and spent three seasons with the team, appearing in 30 games with 29 tackles before he was cut.

He then spent last season with the Houston Texans under former head coach Bill O’Brien, appearing in three games with three tackles.

With the Jets, he appeared in two of the team’s three preseason games and made just two tackles.

Now he’ll look for his fourth NFL team as training camp draws to a close.

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