JEREMY KERLEY IN THE MEDIA

5 Fun Facts About 49ers’ Jeremy Kerley

One of the few, if only, bright spots on the the San Francisco 49ers’ offense this season has been wide receiver Jeremy Kerley. Kerley was acquired in a trade with the Detroit Lions on August 29, and he has been making a name for himself in Santa Clara ever since. Thus far, he has 28 receptions for 316 yards and two touchdowns.

Get to know the wide out a little better with 5 Fun Facts About Jeremy Kerley, in his own words. You will learn:

1) Who he spends most of his time with
2) The other sport he used to play and how well he played it
3) His new favorite hobby and where you can find him picking up supplies for it
4) Where he likes to travel
5) And what he’s now afraid of.

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Jets Jeremy Kerley Interview on Yahoo! Sports Code Green Radio Show

Really appreciate the opportunity and for having me on!

My interview starts at the  27.00 minute mark

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IL-dbwGN4ac&feature=youtu.be

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How does Jeremy Kerley react when people say Jets should trade him?

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Courtesy of Darryl Slater, NJ.com

FLORHAM PARK — Wide receiver Jeremy Kerley isn't worried about the Jets possibly trading him, though that move seems unlikely at this point, for several reasons.

"Nah, I don't think about none of that stuff," Kerley said Monday. "Whatever happens is what happens. I'm not worried about it one way or another. My job is to play football. That's something I'm going to do here or wherever I'm at."

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With Uncertain Role, Jets’ Jeremy Kerley Out To Prove Himself Again

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Courtesy of CBS New York

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Jeremy Kerley is used to having to prove himself.

In college. As an NFL rookie. And, now, as a veteran wide receiver trying to keep his role on the New York Jets.

“I never really feel comfortable,” Kerley said. “I don’t think anybody in my position can really feel comfortable being a slot receiver, a fifth-round pick.”

Kerley is humble and not flashy, but has been consistent and reliable during his first four NFL seasons. He has 166 catches for 2,073 yards and seven touchdowns since coming out of TCU. Kerley also led the Jets in receptions in 2012 and 2013, establishing himself as a sure-handed target with a knack for producing in the clutch on third-down conversions and serving as a punt returner.

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