The Jets have hired Kerry Locklin as their defensive line coach. Locklin joins the Jets after spending the previous nine seasons at Fresno State University where he served under the same position. He has also coached collegiately at Eastern Michigan (1995-1999), Moorehead State (1990-1993), Utah (1989) and Western New Mexico (1988) and for Shreveport in the CFL (1994).

After playing collegiately at New Mexico State as a tight end, Locklin played three years in the NFL (Rams, 1982-1983, Broncos, 1987) and two seasons in the USFL (1984-1985).

The Jets also announced that offensive line/tight ends coach Mike Devlin will return for his fourth season with the team.
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