Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Jets' picks: Round 2/61 -- Vladimir Ducasse, T/G, 6-4 1/2, 332, Massachusetts, Ducasse moved to the U.S. from Haiti in 2002 and has played football for only seven years. He thus is somewhat raw, but is believed to have tremendous upside and will compete for the vacant job of LG now that Alan Faneca has been released. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Vladimir Ducasse News
10/12/16 - G Vlad Ducasse was signed to the active roster. Ducasse was with the team throughout training camp and was cut prior to the season opener. Ducasse has started 21 of 45 games over the past three seasons for the Jets, Vikings and Bears.
10/11/16 - OG Vladimir Ducasse, who spent time with Baltimore in training camp, was signed by the Ravens on Tuesday.
05/26/16 - G Vladimir Ducasse was signed as a free agent and could compete for a spot on the team to provide depth on an already strong offensive line. Ducasse has solid experience, starting 21 games over three seasons for three teams. He started 11 games for the Chicago Bears last season.
05/17/16 - G Vladimir Ducasse, who wasn't tendered as an unrestricted free agent by the Bears May 11, was signed by the Ravens Monday (May 16).
03/17/15 - G Vladimir Ducasse left the Vikings for the Bears Monday (March 16), agreeing to terms on a one-year contract.
Ducasse has appeared in 63 games with 11 starts over five seasons with the New York Jets (2010-13) and Minnesota Vikings (2014). The 6-5, 325-pound Port-au-Prince, Haiti native has started six contests at left guard, four at right guard and one as a sixth-eligible lineman during his NFL career including four games at right guard and two at left guard last season. Ducasse originally entered the NFL as a second round selection (61st overall) by the New York Jets in the 2010 NFL Draft out of the University of Massachusetts.