JETS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Sizing up the signing: Chris Johnson joins the typically ground and pound New York Jets

After a fairly quiet period of free agent availability – due in part to his late arrival to the market and disinterest in taking visits with teams – Chris Johnson signed Wednesday with the New York Jets. Johnson will make $8 million over two years which is a reasonable real world contract for a back entering free agency and represents double the per year value of incumbent starter...
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Chris Johnson signs with the Jets

Johnson signs with Jets More than a week after being released by the Tennessee Titans, Chris Johnson has signed a 2-year contract with the New York Jets.  Johnson will join a backfield that already features Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell.  The move gives the Jets even more offensive firepower for the 2014 season.  In addition to Johnson, the Jets have also added wide receiver Eric...
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Jets, Chris Johnson agree on 2-year deal

After much speculation whether a deal would get down, the New York Jets got their man, signing former Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson to a two-year deal, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Networks reported Wednesday. The contract has a base value of $8 million and an extra $1 million in available incentives, according to a source. Johnson is looking to revive his once-stellar career...
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Fantasy Football: Johnson to the Jets: What does it mean for fantasy owners?

The New York Jets added to their running back core Wednesday afternoon with the signing of former Tennessee Titan Chris Johnson. The two-year deal has a base salary of $8 million with incentives, but the second year is a team option according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. It’s a low-risk, high reward move for the Jets, but what does it mean for fantasy owners? It should reduce the...
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19 hours ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets offense officially unrecognizable with Johnson

Who says the New York Jets didn’t make any notable signings this offseason? Wednesday’s signing of former Titans running back Chris Johnson completes a flurry of the Jets’ free agency signings that included Eric Decker, Michael Vick and Jacoby Ford. And suddenly, an offense that scored 18.1 points per game (29th in the league) and 318.1 yards per game (25th in the league) has...
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21 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Jets are not finished; Sidney Rice is in visiting the Jets

Sidney Rice has not been a good receiver for the past several years, but it does not matter, because the Jets are horrible at the wide receiver position.  The New York Jets are trying to get better today.  After signing Chris Johnson to a 2 year deal worth 8 million, they now have Rice in […] The post The Jets are not finished; Sidney Rice is in visiting the Jets appeared first...
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Chris Johnson signing probably rules an end to Mike Goodson

After a relatively conservative first month of free agency, the New York Jets made one of the best moves of the off-season, reaching agreement with former Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson on a two-year deal. Profootballtalk reports Chris Johnson’s two-year contract with the Jets has a base value of $8 million. The team took […] The post Chris Johnson signing probably...
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New York Jets: Gang Green Should Trade Up for Anthony Barr

With less than a month to go before the NFL Draft, the New York Jets are preparing to find the pieces to get back into the postseason. With a slew of Draft picks in a loaded draft, it looks like the Jets maybe able to do just that. While most people think the Jets should stay put with the 18th pick and select an offensive prospect, but one intriguing possibility is trading up for...
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New York Jets land RB Chris Johnson

The New York Jets and running back Chris Johnson have agreed to terms on a two-year contract, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Former Titans RB Chris Johnson is signing his two-year deal with the NY Jets today. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 16, 2014 Johnson visited the Jets on Tuesday and spent several hours at their facility.  The three-time Pro Bowler was cut by the...
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Chris Johnson, Jets agree on two-year deal

The biggest name left on the NFL free agent market is now a member of the New York Jets. Former Titans RB Chris Johnson reached agreement with Jets on a two-year deal, per league sources. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 16, 2014 Johnson has hit the 1,000-yard marker in each season of his six-year career, rushing for 1,077 yards and six touchdowns in 2013. The once 2,000...
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Report: Jets agree on a two-year deal with Chris Johnson

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; That was fast. Just a day after meeting with free agent running back Chris Johnson,  the New York Jets are signing him to a two-year deal. Former Titans RB Chris Johnson reached agreement with Jets on a two-year deal, per league sources. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 16, 2014 ...
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Idzik shows Chris Johnson his poker face

Free agent running back Chris Johnson spent all day at the Jets practice facilities yesterday, yet he left without a deal. Johnson has been in the New York area since last week causing the entire world to speculate that he would eventually sign with the Jets, but even though the visit was said to have gone well and been productive Johnson left Florham Park without signing a contract...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Michael Vick attacked by pitbull, karma’s a…

According to recent reports Michael Vick, the newest quarterback of the New York Jets, was leaving MetLife Stadium stadium when he was attacked by a stray pitbull. Onlookers say the stray pitbull charged Vick but the dog locked on to his left thigh as Vick screamed in pain. According to thenewsnerd.com, “Michael Vick was treated at a nearby hospital, and received over 45 stitches...
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Chris Johnson: Jets are an attractive team to play for

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Former Ttitans running back Chris Johnson says the Jets are an attractive team to play for, but he’s not ready to make a decision yet. Chris Johnson on if the Jets would be an attractive team to play for: " Of course." #nyj — Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) April 16, 2014 Chris...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Chris Johnson is in New York at the Jets facility; Contract could come soon

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the New  York Jets are trying hard to sign a former 2000k yard rusher.  Chris Johnson who was released last week by the Tennessee Titans is in New York for a visit. AdamSchefter Former Titans RB Chris Johnson is visiting the Jets right now, per team sources who spotted […] The post Chris Johnson is in New York at the Jets facility; Contract...
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