Some fans are getting restless as more and more Jets targets are agreeing to suit up elsewhere. It seems coach Rex Ryan feels their pain — at least when it comes to the future of Ro-Cro.
The Jets made a big splash Wednesday night by signing free-agent wide receiver Eric Decker. Thursday wasn’t as kind to GM John Idzik. And Friday hasn’t been much better.
This was the offseason that the New York Jets wanted from general manager John Idzik. And after two full days of free agency, it was exactly what the team needed.
This could be the most fertile NFL free agent market in history. Just off the cuff you can summon a Pro Bowl roll call. And the Jets have signed … Eric Decker, a second-tier receiver.
While Jets fans are debating the merits of Michael Vick and a potential reunion with Darrelle Revis, general manager John Idzik is quietly addressing the team’s biggest need.
Are you ready for Dee Milliner and whoever manning the corners of the Jets’ secondary? Probably not.
The Jets were already looking for offensive line help before they ran into problems re-signing Austin Howard.
Jets fans need to buckle up, because once free agency officially begins at 4 p.m. on Tuesday there’s no telling how different the team will look in a relatively short period of time.
There was a time when Santonio Holmes was beloved by the Jets’ fan base. He was as clutch as they come. Now, he’s as unemployed as they come.
Before general manager John Idzik attempts to re-work the Jets through free agency he’s attempting to lure back a few of his own players.
Muhammad Wilkerson may still get his long-term deal from the Jets. It’ll just be awhile, according to the New York Daily News.
The New York Jets have put the franchise tag on kicker Nick Folk, which will ensure the player known as “Folk Hero” will be paid among the top five kickers in the league. And now the Jets are showing him the money. But they need to show him more.
According to a report, general manager John Idzik is interested in free-agent-to-be Josh McCown, who was excellent for the Bears after Jay Cutler went down with an injury.
With only Jeremy Kerley standing tall in Geno Smith’s arsenal, the Jets could use a stud pass-catcher. And if there is any year to find one in the high rounds, this would be the year.
Idzik, hired by the Jets in January 2013, spent six seasons in the Seahawks’ front office and helped build the team into a Super Bowl-caliber squad.