Muhammad Wilkerson is frustrated and still wants a big payday. Until then, though, the New York Jets’ defensive end is keeping his contract situation off the field.
What questions do the Jets have to answer? Let’s dive right in.
For those of you who have perused this forum, I tend to lean on sarcasm when the Jets are the topic. So much so that many fail to grasp that I have been a diehard fan my entire life.
Big Mo will be in the house.
Sheldon Richardson’s selfishness should force the Jets to be a bit more flexible and less heavy-handed with Muhammad Wilkerson.
The quarterback position remains a major question mark, but the Jets’ defense projects to be formidable in 2015. Joe Klecko, one of the greatest Jets of all time, thinks it could be the best in the NFL.
Muhammad Wilkerson is back with his teammates, even though he’s not happy about his contract situation.
Big Mo could be a no-show while he attempts to negotiate a contract extension with the Jets.
There have been conflicting reports about whether Muhammad Wilkerson will show up at the Jets’ mandatory minicamp next week.
Memo to Jets fans: I can do what I want, and not taking part in OTAs will not affect my performance on the field.
So far, this Jets gig has been a breeze for new general manager Mike Maccagnan. But it has had at least one pothole to navigate.
By all accounts, the Jets have had a great offseason. But Muhammad Wilkerson’s contract squabble continues to be a thorn in the franchise’s side.
Mike Maccagnan didn’t just take six players over this past weekend. He drafted hope for a franchise forever hopeless.
Given their relative contributions to the Jets the last two years, it’s hard to write Geno Smith and Muhammad Wilkerson in the same sentence.
Wilkerson didn’t report for the start of the team’s offseason program earlier this month, and the 25-year-old reportedly skipped voluntary workouts yet again this week.