Goodson Added to Roster

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Goodson Added to Roster


The Jets added running back Mike Goodson to the 53-man roster Saturday. He missed the first four games of the season because he had been suspended for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy.

Goodson left practice Friday with tightness in his hamstring, but is listed as probable for the Jets' game at Atlanta on Monday night. Also probable is wide receiver Stephen Hill, who was cleared for contact after passing the NFL's concussion protocol.

Cornerback Dee Milliner and wide receiver Santonio Holmes are out for the Falcons' game with hamstring injuries.

Besides adding Goodson to the active roster, the Jets signed wide receiver Michael Campbell from the practice squad. They waived linebacker Ricky Sapp and wideout Ryan Spadola from the active roster.

GRONKOWSKI STAYS HOME: Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski reportedly did not travel with New England for today's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Gronkowski has not played since breaking his forearm during a Jan. 13 playoff game. He also had back surgery in June.

The Patriots signed safety Kanorris Davis and linebacker Ja'Gared Davis to the 53-man roster from the practice squad.

DIXON GETTING WORKOUT: Free-agent quarterback Dennis Dixon will have a workout with the Buffalo Bills today, a person familiar with Dixon's plans confirmed to The Associated Press.

Dixon was cut by the Philadelphia Eagles in August.

BLACKMON ACTIVATED: The Jaguars have activated receiver Justin Blackmon from the reserve/suspended list and waived guard Jacques McClendon. …

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