The New York Jets placed wide receiver Santonio Holmes on injured reserve with a Lisfranc injury and signed veteran wide receiver Jason Hill.
Holmes was not given the designated to return label, which each team can use for one player on injured reserve for the season, meaning Holmes' 2012 season is over.
The Jets sought a veteran receiver after Holmes' injury, releasing unproven Patrick Turner earlier in the week.
Hill, who has played for the Jacksonville Jaguars and San Francisco 49ers, was cut by the Denver Broncos at the end of training camp. He caught 25 passes for 367 yards and three touchdowns with the Jaguars last season, starting all 10 games he played in.
Hill should be familiar to Jets fans, as he called cornerback Darrelle Revis "overhyped" last season.
"This is a league full of great players," Hill told the Florida Times-Union, at the time. "I think sometimes they get overhyped. I talked to Drew (Coleman), Drew played there. He says it's just the aura of New York. They got a big media. That's not the Jacksonville paper, that's the big New York Times paper so they get more pub. That's what it is.
"He's been playing the game, Revis, just as long as I've been playing. This is a game full of good players making plays. He just made a lot more plays on TV than we've made being here in Jacksonville."
Hill ended up sitting out a 32-3 Jets win.