Given the popularity of the smartphone app Tinder -- in which users in the same geographic area can swipe left (pass) or right (like) on photos to indicate whether they're interested in each other -- it shouldn't come as a surprise that professional athletes use it too.

But according to The Wall Street Journal's Stu Woo and Anna Russell, some players -- they count 11 Jets who use the app -- aren't revealing their occupations on the app.

Tackle Breno Giacomini doesn't feature photos of himself in a Jets jersey, though you'd think potential mates would suspect an offensive lineman-sized man would play football. Instead, he first tells women he's a construction worker.