CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - NOVEMBER 02: Bryce Hall #34 of the Virginia Cavaliers disrupts a pass by Kenny Pickett #8 of the Pittsburgh Panthers in the second half during a game at Scott Stadium on November 2, 2018 in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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On Thursday, the New York Jets activated Bryce Hall from the Reserve/COVID-19 list and cut running back Pete Guerriero.

Although the New York Jets canceled practice, they did not remain completely silent. Joe Douglas’ team pulled the trigger on three separate transactions Thursday.

First, the team sent a conditional late-round pick to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for running back Kalen Ballage. Then, they activated rookie cornerback Bryce Hall from the Reserve/COVID-19 list and cut newly-signed running back Pete Guerriero.

Hall, 21, comes off the COVID-19 list but still remains with an ankle injury sustained in college. Along with other rookies missing in action, such as Denzel Mims and Jabari Zuniga (Cameron Clark returned Wednesday), fans have been clamoring to get an initial glimpse at Hall.

Considering the state of the cornerback position—Pierre Desir remains out of action with a hamstring injury—Hall’s return will be a welcomed sight for Gregg Williams and the defense.

For Pete Guerriero, this has to be a tough break. He was signed earlier in the week after Josh Adams went down to injury. Guerreiro, the Monmouth standout and hometown hero, experienced only two days with the organization.

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