To a man the Jets loved Rex Ryan, but that doesn’t mean they all approved of everything he did. Count Jace Amaro among those who seemed to have a problem with how the former head coach doled out discipline.
It turns out the Jets don’t need Rex Ryan around for a dose of swagger. They’re doing just fine on their own.
Geno Smith is making a pitch for a much-improved third NFL season.
CBSSports.com reports that the 2013 second-team All-Pro is looking for a new deal, but his camp and the organization have not made much progress — if any — in their negotiations.
The NFL’s glass ceiling was cracked three years ago. Thomas is now reportedly set to shatter it.
Coach Todd Bowles didn’t specify whether the Jets want to add a quarterback from the draft or free agency, but the team holds the No. 6 pick — and Oregon’s Marcus Mariota could be available.
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The Alabama wideout could fall to the Jets at No. 6 in the upcoming draft, but he’d have to get past Oakland first.
Lattimore has 66 tackles, two sacks and an interception in 49 games with the Packers as mostly a backup and special teams player.
Wilson has spent his first five seasons with the New York Jets, who made him a late first-round draft choice out of Boise State in 2010.
The top two draws in the upcoming draft could many, many miles from Chicago — and the huggable arms of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell — on April 30.
The Florida State star threw passes for nearly an hour Tuesday, demonstrating arm strength, accuracy and stamina. His next public workout might be as the top pick in the NFL draft.
The Jets announced on Tuesday that this summer’s training camp will be held at their team’s practice facility in Florham Park, N.J.
The Jets are in need of a franchise quarterback, though the price tag to trade up to No. 1 would be astronomical, perhaps several first-round picks.
A two-time Pro Bowler and former NFL passing yards leader, the Virginia product appeared in 11 games in 2014 but attempted just 10 passes.
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