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Jets Bring Back Tomlinson & Qvale

Eric Tomlinson

The NY Jets continue to fill out their roster and the team announced two more moves today. The Jets will be bringing back offensive lineman Brent Qvale and tight end Eric Tomlinson.

After Qvale went undrafted in 2014, the Nebraska product started as a practice squad player with the Jets before becoming a roster regular in 2015. He has worked inside at guard but predominantly outside at tackle the last few seasons, appearing in 60 contests and starting 14 games.

Tomlinson played in 15 games (12 starts) in 2018 before he dropped a weight on his foot and landed on injured reserve. The fourth-year veteran played in 353 offensive snaps and 224 special teams snaps last season.

Since joining the Jets in 2016, the 6’6”, 263-pounder has played in 36 games and caught 16 balls for 193 yards and one touchdown. The UTEP product has also registered six special teams tackles over the last two seasons.

To read more about the other moves the team has made be sure to check out our New York Jets message board. Here is a short video recap of the moves the Jets made over the first few days of free agency.

This Article Was Written By Phil Sullivan

Phil Sullivan

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