Jets sign journeyman CB LeQuan Lewis

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The New York Jets and team general manager Mike Tannenbaum announced Wednesday that they signed cornerback LeQuan Lewis.
Lewis signed last July as an undrafted free agent with the Tennessee Titans during training camp and performed well, but wound up being one of the last cuts prior to the start of the 2011 regular season.
After he was waived by the Titans, Lewis was out of the NFL for the rest of the season.
On May 14 this year, he signed as a free agent with the Oakland Raiders, but was waived five weeks later.
Lewis is a former Arizona State star. During his college career, which spanned just two seasons, he recorded 26 tackles, one interception and also tallied a 25.0-kick return average. He also blocked a kick as a senior at ASU.