Jets Cornerback Berry Out For The Season With Knee Injury

New York Jets cornerback Aaron Berry tore the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his knee and will miss the entire 2013 season.

Entering the 2012 season Berry was projected to be a starting cornerback for Detroit Lions but two offseason arrests led to his released. The Jets acquired Berry on October 1st 2012 giving him a two-year contract.  He recorded two tackles over seven games during the remainder of the season.

Berry seemed to be taking advantage of his second chance and was staying out of trouble.  There was hope that he could contribute more this year and was competing for a roster spot.

He is likely to be waive/injured and once clearing waivers placed on reserve/injured ending his season. 

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