Devon Torrence

#22CB,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 190
Born:
College: Ohio State
Birth Place: Canton, Ohio
Draft: Undrafted
  • Jets' Sheldon Richardson: Brandon Marshall 'knows what he did'
    ABC News

    Jets' Sheldon Richardson: Brandon Marshall 'knows what he did'

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- New York Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson reignited his personal feud with former teammate Brandon Marshall, likening his behavior to a drama queen's and accusing Marshall of quitting on the team last season. "That man knows what he did to the locker room," Richardson said Monday on The Michael Kay Show on ESPN New York 98.7. "I was the one who addressed it and I would still address it to this day. If he can't come out [in the] media and tell 'em what he did and how he actually quit on his team way before the season was over, that's all in itself." Richardson and Marshall nearly came to blows in the locker room after a Week 3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Their

  • The 5 best things fans can eat at MetLife Stadium
    USA Today

    The 5 best things fans can eat at MetLife Stadium

    EAST RUTHERFORD - Even if the New York Jets aren't going to be very good this season, at least MetLife Stadium will offer some great gameday grub to enjoy while you watch Gang Green in 2017. We were invited to the Jets' "upfront" event to sample some of the food offered at Jets games this fall and came away impressed … and stuffed. Here are the five best things we ate, along with an honorable mention: 1. The Fat Rooster Hot Chicken Sandwich It seems a bunch of stadiums - including Citi Field, with the Fuku sandwich - are trying a crispy chicken sandwich, but I'm here to make a bold claim that one might be the best of the lot. It's crunchy, spicy, salty thanks to the pickles, has a vinegar kick

  • Jets K Chandler Catanzaro continues to struggle in camp
    Jets Wire

    Jets K Chandler Catanzaro continues to struggle in camp

    Todd Bowles has preached that training camp is about one thing: competition. While most of the attention has been on the Jets quarterbacks, the battle between kickers has flown under the radar. Ross Martin, a second-year pro from Duke who signed with the Jets as an undrafted free agent last season, and Chandler Catanzaro, a former Arizona Cardinal who struggled last season, have been duking it out throughout the offseason. Coming into camp, many believed the two kickers were neck and neck. But, after two weeks of practices, Martin is the clear favorite to come away with the job, as Catanzaro has struggled. Just look at how the two performed at practice on Monday. During Monday’s practice, Martin