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T.J. Conley
P #4
Height:
6-3
Weight:
215
Age:
28
College:
Idaho
Hometown:
Tacoma, WA
Experience:
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPunter
GGSPuntsYdsNet YdsLngAvgNet AvgBlkOOBDnIn 20TBFCRetRetYTD
TOTAL 92 3,926 3,565 63 42.7 38.8 0 7 16 32 6 31 32 241 0
2011 NYJ 16 0 92 3,926 3,565 63 42.7 38.8 0 7 16 32 6 31 32 241 0

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Bio

      Second-year pro signed with Bengals as a free agent in April ... Punted in 16 games for the N.Y. Jets in 2011, averaging 42.7 yards, and his 38.8-yard net average was the highest in Jets history (stat dates from 1976) ... Was with Jets in 2012 preseason and with Cleveland in the ’13 preseason ... Entered NFL as a free agent with the Jets in 2009.
Second-year pro signed with Bengals as a free agent in April ... Punted in 16 games for the N.Y. Jets in 2011, averaging 42.7 yards, and his 38.8-yard net average was the highest in Jets history (stat dates from 1976) ... Was with Jets in 2012 preseason and with Cleveland in the ’13 preseason ... Entered NFL as a free agent with the Jets in 2009.

    Career transactions: Signed with N.Y. Jets as college free agent on 5-1-09 ... Waived by Jets on 8-17-09 ... Re-signed with Jets as free agent on 1-6-10 ... Waived by Jets on 8-19-10 ... Re-signed with Jets as free agent on
1-6-11 ... Waived by Jets on 9-4-12 ... Signed with Minnesota as free agent on
1-9-13 ... Waived by Vikings on 4-29-13 ... Signed with Cleveland as free agent on 5-13-13 ... Waived by Browns on 8-22-13 ... Signed with Cincinnati as free agent on 4-16-14.

    2013: Signed by Minnesota in January, and after April release, signed with Cleveland ... Had two preseason punts for Browns, averaging 40.0 yards, with one inside-20 and no touchbacks ... Waived by Cleveland after second preseason game.

    Previous seasons: 2009—College free agent punted twice for 38.5-yard average for N.Y. Jets in preseason, with one inside-20 and no touchbacks ... Waived after first preseason game. 2010—Re-signed by Jets as free agent ... Waived after first preseason game, in which he punted twice for 48.0 average, with no inside-20s or touchbacks. 2011—Re-signed by Jets as free agent and claimed No. 1 punting job ... His 42.7-yard gross average and club-record 38.8-yard net came on 92 kicks ... Had 32 inside-20 kicks with just six touchbacks, and his plus-26 differential on inside-20s to touchbacks ranked tied for third in NFL ... Season-best 42.9 net average in win Dec. 11 vs. Kansas City ... Season-best four inside-20s (one touchback) on Dec. 24 vs. N.Y. Giants. 2012—With Jets in preseason, and waived in final cuts after averaging 44.0 yards on 17 kicks.

    College: Four-year letterman (2005-08) at Idaho ... Led NCAA Division
I-AA as a senior with 47.4 average, earning All-America honors ... Set Idaho record for career punting yards (9242).

    Personal: Hometown is Walla Walla, Wash. ... Attended DeSales Catholic High School, where he was a four-year all-state performer in football and baseball ... Helped prep baseball team win four state titles ... Earned degree from Idaho in civil engineering.

    NOTE ABOUT NFL EXPERIENCE: Conley did not earn an accrued year of experience toward NFL free agency in 2009, ’10, ’12 or ’13 because he was not on a 53-player roster, a Reserve/Injured list or a Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list for the required minimum of six games in any of those seasons. He will be a second-year player in 2014.

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