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Once a Coug - and a Jag - Jason Hill Goes to NY Jets

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Former Washington State receiver Jason Hill made national headlines when he called the New York Jets "overhyped". Then, he was with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Now he finds himself a member of that "overhyped" team.

The Jets signed Hill this week in an attempt to bolster its receiving corps.

Hill has said he didn't mean anything by the comments he made last season, and that they were made into a much bigger deal than they were. In all reality, he didn't even play in the Jaguars' game against the Jets.

Now he IS a Jet.

Hill will attempt to replace Santonio Holmes, who will miss the rest of the season with an injury to his left foot.

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