This guy just keeps making plays Dan Leberfeld

Cortland – One of the pleasant surprises for the Jets in training camp has been journeyman linebacker A.J. Edds.

Edds had two impressive plays in Jets practice today.

He knocked down a pass intended for TE Jeff Cumberland in the right corner of the end zone.

He also snuffed out a middle screen to Chris Johnson, stopping the runner right after he caught the ball.

The 6-4, 256-pound Edds, who played at Iowa, was signed in the spring, after a tryout at the Jets’ rookie mini-camp.

He came into the league as a fourth round pick of the Miami Dolphins in the 2010 draft, and has had two stops in New England and a stint in Indianapolis. He’s never been able to carve a niche in the league due to injuries.

Edds led the Jets in tackles (seven) in their first preseason game of 2014, a win over the Indianapolis’ Colts.