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Jets conditioning coach Sal Alosi (Credit: Undated / Handout)

Jets conditioning coach Sal Alosi

Jets trainer Sal Alosi

Jets trainer Sal Alosi

Sal Alosi, the Jets conditioning coach, apparently trips
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Sal Alosi, the Jets conditioning coach, apparently trips one of the Dolphins players from the sidelines, Sunday. (Nov. 12, 2010)

Sal Alosi, the Jets strength and conditioning coach,
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Sal Alosi, the Jets strength and conditioning coach, speaks at the Jets Training Facility in Florham Park, NJ about tripping Miami Dolphins cornerback Nolan Carroll. (Dec. 13, 2010)

Then-Jets quarterback Brett Favre speaks with strength and
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Then-Jets quarterback Brett Favre speaks with strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi during his first day of practice at Jets training camp at Hofstra University in Uniondale. (Aug. 9, 2008)

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Undated handout photo of Sal Alosi, the Jets
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Undated handout photo of Sal Alosi, the Jets conditioning coach for an upcoming Jets story.

Sal Alosi, center, stands next to a shocked
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Sal Alosi, center, stands next to a shocked Jets head coach Rex Ryan after the Jets lost to the Ravens by 1 point. (Sept. 13, 2010)

Jets conditioning coach Sal Alosi
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Jets conditioning coach Sal Alosi

This photo taken in 2009 shows Sal Alosi
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This photo taken in 2009 shows Sal Alosi of the New York Jets. Alosi, the Jets' strength and conditioning coach, said at a news conference at the practice facility Monday Dec. 13, 2010 that he had not yet received any discipline from the team or the NFL, nor had he personally spoken to the league. He also said he had not offered to resign. Alosi tripped a Miami Dolphins player on the sideline during a game Sunday. (AP Photo)

Sal Alosi is pictured in the Hofstra yearbook.
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Sal Alosi is pictured in the Hofstra yearbook. Alosi was a linebacker on the Hofstra football team when he was arrested in connection to a dorm assault.

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