Jets' Kerley Suspended 4 Games For Violating PED PolicyKerley said in a statement that he was shocked he tested positive for Turinabol, an anabolic steroid.
Jets' Kerley Facing Possible League SuspensionJeremy Kerley is focused on playing Thursday night — even though he's unsure if he'll be able to take the field.
Kerley Thrilled To Be Back With Jets -- Now That Gailey Is GoneJeremy Kerley had his sights set on returning to the Jets the moment he was cut by the San Francisco 49ers.
Report: Jets Bring Back Jeremy Kerley On 1-Year DealWide receiver Jeremy Kerley, who played for Gang Green from 2011 to 2015, signed a one-year deal with the team Tuesday after taking a free-visit to Florham Park earlier in the day, ESPN reported.
Reports: Ex-Jet Kerley To Sign With LionsNew York released the five-year veteran earlier this month. The move saved the team $1.3 million against the salary cap.
Jets' Bowles: Revis 'Feeling A Lot Better,' Leaves Door Open For SundayDarrelle Revis could be getting closer to a return.
With Uncertain Role, Jets' Jeremy Kerley Out To Prove Himself Again"I never really feel comfortable," Kerley said. "I don't think anybody in my position can really feel comfortable being a slot receiver, a fifth-round pick."
Jets' Mo Wilk Talks New Contract -- Or Lack Thereof -- On WFANThe Jets are suddenly throwing money around on new contracts. But what about the one guy who many think really deserves a new deal, Muhammad Wilkerson?
Jets Sign Wide Receiver Jeremy Kerley To 4-Year ExtensionJeremy Kerley always figured he'd stay right where he is. The New York Jets made sure the reliable wide receiver didn't go anywhere, signing Kerley to a four-year contract extension on Tuesday.
Lichtenstein: Bad Teams Like Jets Don’t Have Moral VictoriesIf anything, Thursday night in New England showed how poor this team is -- they couldn’t take a game that was practically given to them.
Lichtenstein: Jets, Undisciplined And Talent-Starved, Really Are This BadCount on more blowouts, especially on Sunday when Denver comes to MetLife Stadium. Right now that game looks like a mismatch for the ages--parity be damned.
Palladino: Jets Are On A Madness-Inducing PathWorse than anything, they’ll prove themselves strong enough to stay with good teams, but just bad enough to fall short. So near, and yet so far. And that’s the worst way to lose.

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