New York Jets
What can you say after the NFL celebrated its New Year in grand fashion Tuesday afternoon?!
The five-year contract is worth $70 million, with $39 million guaranteed. He’ll make $33 million in the first two years, and $48 million in the first three.
With Harvin’s salary off the books, new general manager Mike Maccagnan will have even more room to upgrade a team that finished a disappointing 4-12 in 2014.
Last season, the Jets buried Bilal Powell behind Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson on the team’s running back depth chart. Now under new management, the Jets have apparently seen the error of their ways.
The Jets want to bring Darrelle Revis back into the fold. But there’s a limit to how hard they’ll push, according to Kristian Dyer of Metro New York.
The Jets have reportedly solidified their offensive line with a 6-foot-5, 321-pound Super Bowl champion.
Harrison, the team’s starting nose tackle, received a second-round tender worth $2.356 million. If another team wants to sign him, it would owe the Jets a second-round pick if New York does not match the offer.
But essentials like karma and character are incidental to the Jets. Which is why they are, well, the Jets — perennial punch lines in the throes of a 46-year title drought.
Boomer and Craig are somewhat divided on the Revis issue, although they are certainly looking at it from different angles.
On to Plan C on the offensive line.
General manager Mike Maccagnan is expected to be aggressive once the free-agency period begins on Tuesday, and the Jets could certainly use an upgrade in their secondary.
Chris Johnson was shot in the right shoulder when someone pulled up next to their Jeep and started firing.
Tim Tebow hasn’t taken a regular-season snap since 2012. But he might be eyeing one more attempt at a comeback, according to the Boston Globe.
The Jets are in the market — again — for a quarterback to challenge Geno Smith for the No. 1 job. But … who?
Despite football not originally being his top sport, Pryor discusses the importance of football in his life, as well as his loud spending “splurges.”