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.
The Jets added another quarterback to the mix, and then acquired a versatile running back on the final day of the NFL draft.
The Giants continued to fortify their offensive line depth Saturday with seventh-round pick Bobby Hart, an offensive tackle out of Florida State.
The Giants on Saturday gave themselves some insurance against a repeat injury to Victor Cruz with sixth-round wide receiver Geremy Davis of UConn.
fter drafting for need with their first three picks, the Giants spent their fifth-round choice Saturday on Texas cornerback Mykkele Thompson.
Owner Woody Johnson hinted earlier this week that the Jets were going to try to put “more targets” around quarterback Geno Smith. On Friday night, they did just that.
The Giants got uncharacteristically aggressive to begin the second round of the NFL draft on Friday evening.
After adding to their already-formidable defensive line in the first round, the New York Jets head into the second day of the NFL draft with plenty of options.
“I just want to not really prove other teams wrong, but just really prove the Jets right,” said the USC defensive end, who many considered the best player in the draft.
Having put the finishing touches on their offensive line in the first round of the NFL draft, expect Big Blue to turn its attention to the other side of the ball Friday.
Here’s a look at some of the most memorable moments from the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
With the draft shifting from the Big Apple to the Windy City, Chicago television station WGN-TV decided to mock Jets fans and their tradition of booing the team’s first-round pick.
Big Blue needs a player who can step in right away with their top selection in the NFL draft, and chances are there is going to be one available. It’s just picking the right one.
With the No. 6 overall selection, a potential impact player will be available. The question is whether the Jets will stay put at that spot. And, if they do, who’s the pick? A quarterback? A pass rusher? A wide receiver?
A swap with Tennessee would ensure one of the top two quarterbacks in the draft, likely reigning Heisman winner Marcus Mariota.