The New York Jets have decided not to sign Terron Beckham after he participated in this past weekend's rookie minicamp.
The Jets were one of five NFL teams to attend Beckham's impressive April 7 Pro Day. After seeing him post ridiculous numbers, like a 44.5-inch Vertical Jump, and perform fluidly in the football drills, they decided to give him a shot. After the 2016 NFL Draft, it was announced that Beckham would be one of 22 non-roster players participating in the Jets' rookie minicamp.
Of those 22 players, only one received a contract offer from the team—Montana State cornerback Bryson Keeton. So, what's up next for Beckham? He's free to try out with any other NFL team who will have him, and he's reportedly drawn some heavy interest from the CFL. He's had a long journey just to get to this point, and he seems excited to keep pushing forward:
I have faith good things will happen regardless #blessed
— Terron F. Beckham (@FbAftermath) May 10, 2016
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