Here is my first and only crack at predicting the initial 53-man roster. I did my best to steer clear of similar lists from other writers, reporters and outlets. Without further adieu…
Over the next 48 hours, New York Jets general manager John Idzik will have the chance to prove that he was the right hire seven months ago to finally reverse the curse on this franchise.
The New York Jets have released wide receiver Braylon Edwards, trimming their roster to the mandatory 75 players.
Rex Ryan confirmed at Thursday’s news conference that the Jets have signed wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi.
For the Jets to exceed somewhat low expectations this season, they need Santonio Holmes to return and do what he does best — provide not just the requisite statistics, but more of his signature moments.
Gang Green’s top playmaker has informed friends that he expects to miss New York’s first four games, at a minimum, the New York Post reported on Monday.
At 30 years old, Winslow believes he still has plenty of football left in him. That’s why he is setting his sights high for the Jets — despite having played just one regular-season game since 2011.
There’s no talk about shirtless jogs through the rain after practice, perhaps the defining moment of Tebow’s tenure with the Jets. There are also no secret plans for the wildcat offense, or when Tebow will supplant Mark Sanchez as the starter.
As far as Sanchez is concerned, there’s no way he won’t be out there under center against Tampa Bay at MetLife Stadium in the season opener.
Who is gone? Who has arrived? Who is primed for a breakout season? Who might be on the chopping block? We’ll tackle all of that starting…NOW!
The real stuff starts when the team practices for the first time Friday, with all eyes on the two guys under center as the Jets try to decide on a starter.
Edwards took a physical with the team Wednesday, and will help add depth to a receiving corps that lacks experience.
Pending a physical, wide receiver Braylon Edwards will be suiting back up for the Jets in time for training camp, sources told the New York Daily News.
The New York Jets are bringing in a pair of wide receivers and a kicker for a look-see, according to multiple reports.
The New York Jets released veteran linebackers Bart Scott and Calvin Pace and three other players, clearing about $31 million in salary cap space.