Wallace Wright has been something special for Jets

Nothing was easy for when it came to football. The wide receiver was a walk-on at North Carolina before he earned a scholarship his junior year. So when he came into the Jets' rookie minicamp two years ago, it was another long shot that he would even be noticed. He was one of those rare finds at the rookie minicamp, a weekend where dozens of players come to tryouts like hopefuls at an "American Idol" audition. Few make the cut, but Wright is one of the exceptions. (Lower Hudson Journal News)


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