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Draft Scout Tommy Bohanon News
10/02/14 - FB Tommy Bohanon was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, three days after he suffered a broken collarbone in the Jets' 24-17 loss to the Lions. Bohanon played the entire second half with the injury. He has been the Jets' starting fullback since being drafted in the seventh round out of Wake Forest in 2013. He has 18 carries for 65 yards and 13 catches for 99 yards in 20 career games.
09/30/14 - FB Tommy Bohanon (broken collarbone) was placed on reserve/injured by the Jets Tuesday (Sept. 30).
09/29/14 - FB Tommy Bohanon played with a broken collarbone in the second half of Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Lions. Head coach Rex Ryan said Monday he wasn't sure if the injury would end Bohanon's season but acknowledged the Jets would likely work out fullbacks this week.
09/25/13 - FB Tommy Bohanon could see more time at halfback if Chris Ivory misses time with a hamstring injury. Head coach Rex Ryan acknowledged Wednesday that Bohanon would be a non-traditional choice as a running back but said he's comfortable with Bohanon and Alex Green behind new No. 1 back Bilal Powell. Bohanon, whom the Jets selected in the seventh round of this year's draft, has 12 yards rushing on five carries and 27 yards receiving on three catches in three games this year.
04/28/13 - A closer look at the Jets' picks: Round 7/215 - Tommy Bohanon, RB, 6-1 246, Wake Forest...Bohanon was a do-everything type at Wake Forest who played four years of special teams and has experience at both tight end and H-back, so he has the potential to be a useful late-round find. With Lex Hilliard atop the depth chart at fullback, Bohanon should have a chance to compete for the starting job immediately. - The Sports Xchange