Silverman: Here's How The Jets Can Exceed Low ExpectationsIf you listen to the experts and read the preseason magazines, the Jets have a great chance to supplant the Cleveland Browns as the worst team in the NFL in 2017.
Palladino: Jets Begin Training Camp As Possibly Worst Team In NFLThe issues the Jets face this season are just too serious, so "Suck for Sam" they may very well do.
Jets Give Lucky Whitehead Another ChanceThe Jets claimed wide receiver-kick returner Lucky Whitehead on Wednesday, two days after the Cowboys cut him following a shoplifting charge in what turned out to be a case of mistaken identity.
Lichtenstein: It's Going To Be Bad For Jets This Season, But Not All BadI wanted to take a momentary break from all the negativity surrounding this franchise and focus on some areas in which Jets fans might find a sense of hope for the future.
Agent: First-Round Pick Adams Agrees To Terms With JetsThe Jets can now focus on football.
Best NYC Pro Athletes To Ever Wear No. 99As far as jerseys numbers go, No. 99 is one that tends to grab our attention.
Quincy Enunwa: 'Hard To Argue' Jets Aren't TankingWant to accuse the Jets of tanking this season? Quincy Enunwa won't stop you.
Memo To Jets: Darnold Disputes Report About Staying At USCDon't believe everything you read. That seems to be the advice from Sam Darnold.
Palladino: Jets Must Find Out About Hackenberg ImmediatelyThe Jets have put themselves in position to be so bad in 2017 they'll have a great shot at USC quarterback Sam Darnold in the draft. The problem is, Darnold may not be in the draft.
Keidel: So David Harris Is Good Enough For Patriots, But Not For Jets?Perhaps the purge was necessary, or some mutation of it. But did Harris really have to go? Was he such a financial anvil around the team's neck?
Palladino: David Harris May Be The Ultimate 'Patriots-Type' PlayerThe latest news surrounding David Harris all but encapsulated the difference between the Jets and the Patriots.
Reports: Jets LB Lorenzo Mauldin Charged With Assault After Turning Himself In To PoliceJets linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin turned himself in to police Wednesday and was charged with misdemeanor assault, according to multiple reports.

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