Is Jets' locker room dysfunction a thing of the past?

The Jets had issues last year. Is head coach Todd Bowles worried they'll resurface in 2017? Watch video PHOENIX -- The Jets were a bad football team last year. Scratch that -- they were awful. Terrible on defense, dreadful on offense. Few could have predicted the dysfunctional mess they'd become. Not after coming so close to...
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The Most Important Person for the Jets on the Offensive Line

Todd Bowles spoke with the media on Tuesday. He did not offer a ton of information. He mentioned a few things of note about the quarterback position. He refused to name a starter for 2017. He also mentioned that the Jets could potentially use the sixth pick on a quarterback. That should come as no major surprise. The team has offered indications for a while that this was a possibility...
Via Gang Green Nation
2 hours ago

Jets Chat: Is Todd Bowles' stance on tardiness troublesome? (VIDEO)

What should you make of Todd Bowles' stance on tardiness? PHOENIX -- There's a chance Todd Bowles made a headline while trying not to make a headline. He could very well have been sick of reporters asking him about tardiness issues in the Jets locker room, so this was his way of defusing the situation once and for all.  Or, this could be...
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WATCH: Is Todd Bowles approaching Jets' QB situation correctly?

Some thoughts on that. Watch video PHOENIX -- Open competition time at quarterback for the Jets, as Josh McCown, Bryce Petty, and Christian Hackenberg will do battle this offseason, beginning with spring practices.  Jets coach Todd Bowles said Tuesday at the NFL owners meeting that all three players will have an equal opportunity...
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The 2017 New York Jets Starting Quarterback Roadmaps

Never has a fan base ever looked at the signing of Josh McCown as such a signal of intent. It has answered the question of which veteran the Jets would end up bringing in, but truthfully not much else. Let’s take a look at the options the Jets have in finding their starting quarterback going forward. An “open competition” ends up never really being anything other than Josh...
Via Turn On The Jets
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New York Jets bring versatility to offensive line with Jonotthan Harrison

The New York Jets signed former Indianapolis Colts offensive lineman Jonotthan Harrison on Tuesday. Gang Green’s run/pass protection has lost some vital pieces the past two seasons, including longtime left tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson and center Nick Mangold. At 25-years-old, Harrison has played every positon on the offensive line and that kind of versatility could be exactly...
Via EndZoneScore
13 hours ago

Ben McAdoo: Geno Smith could be Eli Manning’s eventual replacement

Sometimes it is all about reporting the news, rather than believing it. Therefore we bring this tidbit of information, straight from the lips of New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo. The Giants signed Smith a couple of weeks into free agency as a backup to quarterback Eli Manning. Apparently, Smith is already being eyed as an eventual successor to Manning, though it is important...
Via Sportsnaut
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NY Jets Sign OL Jonotthan Harrison

The New York Jets have signed 25 year old offensive lineman Jonotthan Harrison to a one year contract. Harrison will turn 26 years old just prior to the start of the 2017 NFL regular season. Terms of the deal were not immediately available. Harrison is a 6' 4", 305 pound offensive lineman out of the University of Florida. Harrison went undrafted in 2014 and was signed as a free...
Via Gang Green Nation
18 hours ago

Jets Sign Versatile OL Jonotthan Harrison

Has Started at C and LG for Indy & Played Six Different OL Positions for Colts in 2016
Via New York
20 hours ago

The forgotten weapons of the Jets heading into next season

The New York Jets might be heading into a rebuilding year but here’s a look at the forgotten weapons that should make next season, not such a terrible one. At this time of year, many fans of the New York Jets are focused on the free agency period and the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft. It’s an […] The forgotten weapons of the Jets heading into next season - The Jet Press - The Jet...
Via The Jet Press
20 hours ago

Tomlin won’t comment on Revis potentially joining Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was asked a number of questions about Darrelle Revis on Tuesday. However, he remained mum about the free agent cornerback potentially joining his team.Per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the one thing Tomlin would say is that he has “great respect” for Revis. But he wouldn’t comment about his status as a free agent in relationship to the Steelers...
Via Sportsnaut
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Coffee with the Jets: Making the case for Malik Hooker

Enjoy your morning cup of coffee with the latest news and updates on the New York Jets. Could Gang Green really draft safety Malik Hooker with their No. 6 overall pick in this year’s draft? It’s early Tuesday morning and the 2017 NFL Draft is officially less than a month away. The New York Jets […] Coffee with the Jets: Making the case for Malik Hooker - The Jet Press - The...
Via The Jet Press
1 day ago

Brandon Marshall talks about how he can help Odell Beckham

The New York Giants added a powerful weapon on offense when they signed veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall. And It appears he and fellow wideout Odell Beckham Jr. are bonding quite nicely.So much so, that Marshall looks to be eager to subtly take on the role of a mentor to OBJ. Marshall is nine years Beckham’s senior and has had a colorful career filled with ups and downs over...
Via Sportsnaut
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Post-free agency analysis: Should the New York Jets draft a QB?

To start off, NFL free agency is technically not over.  In fact, there are still quite a few big names that are still on the market (Adrian Peterson anyone?). Despite this, the New York Jets have already signed their biggest free agent of 2017, Josh McCown, and have made their offseason plan clear to fans: full on rebuild from the ground up. While many thought the Jets might go...
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Evaluating the New York Jets’ wide receivers

The 2016 New York Jets season was not one to remember fondly.  Injuries, ineffectiveness and more of the traditional Jets controversy we’ve long been accustomed to were some of the highlights (or lowlights) of the season.  That said, the offseason is a great time to evaluate what a team has in terms of skill and potential success.  Below, the wide receivers of the Jets will...
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Report: Dont’a Hightower turned down more money from Jets, Steelers

Dont’a Hightower did not stay in New England for the money.According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the linebacker was offered more money by both the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers, but turned them both down to stay with the Patriots.Hightower received a base salary in the neighborhood of $8.7 million from New England. The Steelers had been offering over $9 million per...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Josh McCown is exactly what the Jets need at quarterback

New York Jets fans were unhappy after it was announced that the team signed Josh McCown on Monday. However, they need to pump the brakes and realize that it was actually a good move.Sure, McCown is journeyman. He has played for seven different teams over the course of his NFL career, which he’s often criticized for. But at this stage of his career, that translates to experience...
Via The Sports Daily
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Jets are ‘committed’ to Christian Hackenberg

Christian Hackenberg had a rookie season to forget with the New York Jets, but perhaps all the bad press he has received is not an indication of how the team envisions his future.The Jets signed Josh McCown to a one-year contract on Monday, and the veteran quarterback could be asked to lead the team in an obvious bridge year. Now that they have seemingly settled for a mediocre option...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Josh McCown gets 1-year, $6 million deal with Jets

Josh McCown is heading to the Jets.The veteran QB agreed to a one-year deal with the New York Jets that will pay him $6 million guaranteed, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.McCown, who will be 38 when the season begins, is hardly a reason for the Jets to get excited. He passed for 1,100 yards, 6 touchdowns and 6 interceptions last season with the Browns while struggling to stay...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets must really not like Christian Hackenberg

Normally a quarterback drafted in the second round who is entering his second season is ready to at least take a shot at being the starter.Not Christian Hackenberg.A source told the New York Daily News in January that Hackenberg “will never make it,” and it’s hard not to believe that source with the Jets bringing in all these retread backups for a visit.Chase Daniel is the...
Via The Sports Daily
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Darrelle Revis reuniting with the Patriots makes sense for both sides

Darrelle Revis and the New England Patriots seem like a natural fit.Revis was a colossal bust with the New York Jets last season despite banking on a huge contract. He’s now available and a reunion with the Patriots isn’t the craziest thing about this week in March (not by a long shot).It’s why Ben Volin of the Boston Globe just brought it up:Don’t discount the return of...
Via The Sports Daily
8 days ago  |  Discuss

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