NY Jets Free Agency Preview

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With the NFL’s league year set to start tomorrow at 4 PM let’s look at some key positions that the Jets can possibly fill in the first week of free-agency. I expect the team to make some splashes in free agency, but not like the 2015 spending spree, this time GM Mike Maccagnan is sure to focus on younger, cheaper players, not established … Continue reading

Marshall the latest cut in Jets seismic rebuild

With the release of Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall late Thursday night, the Jets entered into the full stages of their rebuilding efforts. The release, first reported by Newsday, wasn’t much of a surprise. The nearly 33 year old receiver was coming off of his worst year, statistically, and is reportedly looking for an organization he can compete for a championship … Continue reading

Jets Pre-Combine 7 Round Mock Draft

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With the first on-field activities set to take place today at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, let’s take a look at some prospects that the Jets could wind up with on draft day. **Spoiler alert: there’s not a single quarterback on this list. Let the hate mail begin. 1st Round (Pick 6): RB – Leonard Fournette – LSU Personally, … Continue reading

Jets keep the Carousel going by taking QB Christian Hackenberg

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The Jets used their second round pick to draft Penn State QB Christian Hackenberg, Friday night, causing a lot of speculation on the futures of both Ryan Fitzpatrick and Geno Smith. My thoughts on the pick: -Hackenberg is the most polarizing prospect in the draft, people love him or hate him, and the Jet fans are feeling the same way … Continue reading

16 Players for the Jets to Select in Round 2

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After a circus-like first round filled with five on-the-clock trades, gas mask bong sabatoge videos and teams reaching for talent (yes we are looking at you Eli Apple); the NFL is geared up to tackle rounds two and three, starting at 7pm EST from Chicago, IL. A number of talented first-round players slipped into the second, and with the Jets picking … Continue reading

NYJN Staff: First and Second Round Picks

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Ah, bliss! After a long winter, football fans are coming out of the shadows to celebrate one of our favorite events of the year, the draft. Since last years move out to Chicago, the quintessential “booing” of Jet fans has surely diminished, but worry not Gang Green, we are giving you the chance to scoff at your computers as each of our writers grab … Continue reading

Sam Bradford, I respectfully decline.

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On the Monday before the NFL Draft instead of learning about late-round sleepers or early-round trades I was getting schooled in the finer, minute details of arbitration law as the media was swept up by the frenzied revival of the two-year-old Deflategate scandal. After a tired, yet satisfying chortle at the Pats dispense, I strolled the Internet to find another … Continue reading

Jets ST Coordinator Bobby April fired

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    In a not so surprising turn of events, Todd Bowles has fired Special Teams Coordinator Bobby April after only one year with the organization. Assistant Special Teams coach Steve Hagen and Assistant Offensive Line coach Ron Heller were also let go Wednesday. “I decided that changes were necessary in these areas,” Bowles said. “I appreciate their contributions this … Continue reading