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Topic - Kenrick Ellis
Michael Vick has required four medical tests and completed four passes in the first two preseason games. That's an ominous sign for the Philadelphia Eagles.
New York Jets defensive lineman Kenrick Ellis pleaded guilty Monday to assault and battery stemming from a 2010 fight while attending college in Virginia.
Kenrick Ellis has a past filled with mistakes. He insists the New York Jets didn't make a big one themselves by drafting him in the third round.
The New York Jets went on the offensive during the draft's final day.
Rex Ryan added another big body to his rebuilt defensive line. The New York Jets just hope Kenrick Ellis will play for them this season, given some legal issues he's facing.
In a brief hearing in Hampton, Ellis entered an Alford plea, meaning he doesn't admit guilt but acknowledges prosecutors could prove the case against him.
Wearing a gray suit, Ellis said few words other than "Yes ma'am" when asked questions by a circuit judge about whether he understood what he was agreeing to and whether he was OK with it.