New York Jets
New York Jets general manager John Idzik says the team is taking a “judicious and selective” approach in free agency, but adds that he thinks “we’ve been productive.”
It’s pretty obvious that the Jets desperately need a starting cornerback, but what’s just as apparent is they never really wanted Antonio Cromartie to return.
For a team that has done way too much losing over the last few years, Gang Green has little to lose by giving Vick a shot. And maybe, just maybe, the Jets can say they actually did something during free agency.
Craig has made it crystal clear that he wants the Jets to sign free-agent quarterback Michael Vick, while Boomer isn’t so sure that it will necessarily be a match made in heaven.
A week ago the right side of the Jets’ offensive line was in disarray. But that’s not the case anymore.
The four-time Pro Bowler, who spent the past five seasons with the Eagles, only played in seven games in an injury-plagued 2013.
The Jets could use a headline-grabbing move, and the Eagles are reportedly fielding calls on three-time Pro Bowler DeSean Jackson. Sound like a fit to you?
At this point, with little left on the open market, Jets GM John Idzik looks like a hitchhiker on a lonely road; his thumb out, looking for a ride.
There is a method to John Idzik’s perceived madness. Everything that the Jets’ general manager has done — or hasn’t done — during the first full week of free agency has been part of a deliberate blueprint, a source said Tuesday.
Who would have thought GM John Idzik would be so polarizing? Who does he think he is — Tim Tebow?
Big Blue continued its impressive offseason revamping on Monday, agreeing to terms on a five-year, $39 million contract with free agent Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, ESPN reported.
Still hoping to improve their receiving corps, the Jets apparently would like to add one more veteran to the mix to bookend with free agent splash signing Eric Decker. That veteran could be Sidney Rice.
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 have re-signed veteran linebacker Calvin Pace to a two-year deal, bringing back one of their sacks leaders from last season.
“There were other teams that had interest and other visits were a possibility,” Decker said Friday on a conference call, “but after here I felt like I was at home.”