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By SI Wire
September 12, 2014

The New York Jets have re-signed cornerback Ellis Lankster, the team announced Friday.

Lankster played for the Jets from 2011-13 and was with the team in the preseason until he was cut on Sept. 1. He played in 15 games for New York each of the past two seasons.

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The Jets' depth at cornerback has been challenged since preseason. Third-round pick Dexter McDougle was lost for the season in August after tearing his ACL, starter Dee Milliner has been out more than a month due to a high ankle sprain and likely starter Dmitri Patterson was released in late August after he reportedly went AWOL from the team.

As a result, New York started backup Darrin Walls and safety Antonio Allen in its Week 1 win over the Raiders. Milliner is expected back on Sunday after returning to practice this week.

The Jets play at the Green Bay Packers on Sunday in Week 2.

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