Jets Say All The Right Things About 3-Man QB CompetitionThe New York Jets' starting quarterback job is up for grabs.
Sheldon Richardson Makes It Clear He's Glad Brandon Marshall Is No Longer A JetIt didn't take long for Sheldon Richardson to take a shot at former teammate Brandon Marshall.
Jets Waive 2015 Second-Round Draft Pick Devin SmithWide receiver Devin Smith has been waived from the injury list by the New York Jets.
Report: Darrelle Revis Won't Be Disciplined By NFL After Pittsburgh Street AltercationAs Darrelle Revis looks for work, prospective teams now don't have to worry about the veteran cornerback being hit with a suspension.
Keidel: Jets Clearly Didn't Learn Lesson After Fitzpatrick Roller CoasterIt's hard to think of a local pro athlete who's had such a conflicting legacy, at least over such a short period of time.
Report: Ex-Jets QB Fitzpatrick Agrees To Deal With BuccaneersRyan Fitzpatrick's journeyman career will continue.
Wilkerson Guarantees Jets Will Better 5-11 Mark Of 2016He must know something the rest of the sports world doesn't.
Jets Claim Former Baylor Wideout KD Cannon Off WaiversCannon was signed last week by the 49ers as an undrafted free agent out of Baylor, but was waived Sunday.
Report: Jets WR Anderson Charged With Resisting Arrest At Music FestivalJets wide receiver Robby Anderson is reportedly facing a felony charge after being arrested at a music festival in Florida on Sunday.
Keidel: Jets Appear To Be In No Hurry To Find Their QB Of The FutureThe Jets? In light of their long-term quarterback woes, they went all in by ... loading up on sixth-round draft picks and leaving Philadelphia sans a single quarterback.
Jets Sign Tryout Players Braden, Bordelon From Rookie CampThe Jets have signed offensive linemen Benjamin Braden and Chris Bordelon, both of whom were tryout players at the team's rookie minicamp over the weekend.
After Nearly Teaming Up In College, Jets Rookie Safeties Adams, Maye Thrilled To Finally Join ForcesJamal Adams and Marcus Maye have been dreaming about making game-changing plays in the same secondary for a few years.

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