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Chris Hogan Set To Sign With New York Jets

Former Penn State men’s lacrosse star and current NFL wide receiver Chris Hogan is set to sign a one-year deal with the New York Jets, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

The 32 year-old wide receiver helped the New England Patriots to two Super Bowl victories and was one of Tom Brady’s favorite targets throughout his three-year stint with the Patriots.

Hogan spent the previous year with the Carolina Panthers. He played seven games for the team before sustaining a left knee injury in October. He finished the season with eight catches for 67 yards and no touchdowns.

The New Jersey native played four seasons for the Penn State men’s lacrosse team before transferring to Monmouth to play football in his last year of eligibility. After going undrafted, Hogan ended up on three NFL practice squads before finally making the starting squad for the Buffalo Bills in 2012. Hogan has now played for all four teams in the AFC East.

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