Flowers, Moore and Reese all spent time on the Jets'
practice squad during the 2002 season. The announcement was made by Jets'
General Manager Terry Bradway.
Adams, a 6-0, 206-pound running back played last season for the Canadian
Football League's Calgary Stampeders. The Doane (NE) College product was
primarily used as a return man, leading the team in kickoff return average
and yardage, and was their second-leading punt returner as well. The native
of Long Beach, California also played professionally for the Lincoln
Lightning of Arena Football League 2 in 2001.
Flowers, a 6-0, 215-pound running back from Michigan State originally signed
with the Jets as a rookie free agent on April 26, 2002. The Kalamazoo,
Michigan native was waived at the end of the team's 2002 training camp, and
then signed to the practice squad on September 2, and remained there for the
Moore first signed with the Jets as a rookie free agent on April 26, 2002.
The 6-3, 295-pound guard was waived by the team at the end of training camp
on August 26. Moore was later signed to the practice squad on December 25,
where he remained for the conclusion of the 2002 campaign. The native of
Gary, Indiana was a standout defensive tackle for the University of
Reese was also signed on April 26, 2002 as a rookie free agent from Columbia
University. The 6-1, 220-pound running back was waived on August 31, but
later signed to the practice squad on December 19. The St. Louis, Missouri
native was a part of the Jets' practice squad for the remainder of the 2002
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