With Wilkerson's Offseason Exit Likely, Jets May Bench Him Final 2 GamesMuhammad Wilkerson might have played his final snap for the New York Jets.
Palladino: Giants, Jets Need To Move On From Problem PlayersEli Apple and Muhammad Wilkerson have revealed their true selves to the Giants and Jets this season.
Muhammad Wilkerson Won't Travel With Jets To New OrleansCalling it a "coach's decision,"Todd Bowles announced Friday that defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson will not travel with the Jets to New Orleans for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Report: Jets Expected To Part Ways With Wilkerson After SeasonMuhammad Wilkerson's days with the Jets appear to be numbered.
Bowles Challenges Jets' Defensive Line To Man-Up Against RaidersTodd Bowles wants to see a lot more from his defensive line. The Jets coach knows the big men up front have the potential to be dominant. He also made it clear that they played below their expected standards in the season opener at Buffalo.
Silverman: Watt, Donald, Mack At Head Of The NFL's DL ClassTry to play great defense in the NFL without consistent production from the defensive line. It’s simply not going to happen.
Wilkerson Guarantees Jets Will Better 5-11 Mark Of 2016He must know something the rest of the sports world doesn't.
Report: Jets' Muhammad Wilkerson Appeared Out Of Shape At Temple's Pro DayJets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson was spotted last week looking terribly out of shape, according to a report.
Jets' Wilkerson Says Lack Of Plan For Injured Ankle Set Him BackMuhammad Wilkerson knew something was wrong with his ankle early in the season. The New York Jets defensive end wasn't his usual playmaking self, unable to move around the field the way he has for most of his career.
Palladino: Jets’ Dysfunction Might Just Cost Todd Bowles His JobThe cracks in Bowles' once-solid wall widened over the last couple of days, and it wouldn’t be surprising if the whole thing comes tumbling down over the seven remaining games.
Bowles Dismisses Notion That Jets Are Dysfunctional BunchTodd Bowles' team is 3-6, matching its loss total from last season, and its playoff prospects already appear highly unlikely. The second-year coach, however, doesn't agree with the increasingly negative perception.