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Jets OTAs Day 1: 8 takeaways, including Eric Decker, Bryce Petty

The New York Jets on Tuesday began OTAs practices. Here is what we noticed, including quarterbacks Josh McCown and Bryce Petty.
Via NJ.com
42 minutes ago

Ryan Fitzpatrick stunningly blames Jets for his failure

Former Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has an, um, interesting view on what happened last year with the Jets. Fitzpatrick, who signed a one-year deal with the Buccaneers, was asked Tuesday by Tampa reporters about what happened with the Jets last year. “It was a game of musical chairs, and they pulled the chair out from...
Via New York Post
1 hour ago

Jets DL Sheldon Richardson blasts Brandon Marshall over 2016 locker room feud

Via FOX Sports
1 hour ago

Calvin Pryor skips opening day of OTAs after Jets draft safety duo

These are voluntary. FLORHAM PARK -- Jets strong safety Calvin Pryor was not present Tuesday as organized team activities practices began. Coach Todd Bowles declined to say why Pryor was absent, or if he knew beforehand that Pryor would not attend Tuesday. Bowles said he hadn't heard from Pryor on Tuesday.  "It's voluntary," Bowles said. "He...
Via NJ.com
1 hour ago

Ryan Fitzpatrick's interesting (almost unbelievable) recollection of what happened with Jets

Ryan Fitzpatrick has a rather interesting take of what happened during his horrific 2016 season. Ryan Fitzpatrick was utterly horrific last season with the Jets. There's really no other way to describe it. He wasn't the sole reason for the ugly 5-11 campaign, but he undoubtedly played a role.  But Fitzpatrick, who signed a one-year contract...
Via NJ.com
1 hour ago

Robert Aguayo fails in first public head-to-head with Nick Folk

Buccaneers kicker Roberto Aguayo has taken another step toward becoming former Buccaneers kicker Roberto Aguayo. Via JoeBucsFan.com, the second-year, second-round pick missed “at least three” of four field goal tries during a Tuesday OTA session. The good news is that the goal posts were narrower than normal. The bad news is that recently-signed veteran Nick…
Via Pro Football Talk
2 hours ago

Sheldon Richardson: Locker room is better without Brandon Marshall

The New York Jets let veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall go this offseason, and let’s just say Sheldon Richardson is a huge fan of that move.In fact, he’s positively giddy he’ll no longer have to share locker room space with Marshall. Marshall and Richardson got into it on more than one occasion during their shared tenure with the Jets. And Richardson took offense to the...
Via Sportsnaut
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Bart Scott talks new Jets defensive options

SNY's Jeane Coakley talks to former New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott about the team's new defensive weapons, including 1st round pick Jamal Adams at safety.
Via SNY
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

TOJ Podcast – New York Jets 2017 Quarterback Room Edition

Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio take a closer look at Josh McCown as a starting quarterback and discuss an anticipated timeline for Christian Hackenberg. They also discuss why the Jets could still be “bad” but win more games than they did in 2016… The TOJ Podcast is brought to you by PrimeSport, official sponsor of the New York Jets!  Check out a preview of our soon to be...
Via Turn On The Jets
3 hours ago

Christian Hackenberg working with third-stringers at practice

If Christian Hackenberg is going to win the starting quarterback job with the New York Jets this offseason, he is apparently going to have to climb his way up from the bottom of the depth chart.According to Ralph Vacchiano of SNY, Hackenberg spent all of practice on Tuesday working with the third-string offense. While that probably means very little this early in the offseason, Vacchiano...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Calvin Pryor absent from Jets OTAs

After the Jets selected safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye with their first two picks in the draft, many people wondered if their arrival would mean the end of Calvin Pryor’s time with the team. They didn’t pick up Pryor’s fifth-year option, but coach Todd Bowles said that there was a place for Pryor in packages that…
Via Pro Football Talk
4 hours ago

Organized Team Activities Live Tracker for 5/23/17

Stay updated on Organized Team Activities of the New York Jets for today from reputable and official sources. Organized Team Activities are finally here for the New York Jets! After a long offseason, the 2017 NFL Draft is in the books as now it’s time to begin voluntary OTAs for players that want to get a […] Organized Team Activities Live Tracker for 5/23/17 - The Jet Press...
Via The Jet Press
5 hours ago

Jets OTA Live Update Tracker 5/23

The Jets are on the field today for OTA’s. These organized team activities are offseason practices for players to work on their games. It would not be wise to have many big takeaways from what happens during these offseason practices. A player showing signs of life isn’t necessarily a sign a big improvement is on the way. It is better to hear good things about a player than...
Via Gang Green Nation
5 hours ago

Looking at Devin Smith’s Time With the Jets

Devin Smith’s time with the Jets has not had many ups. It has been full of downs. The Jets made a procedural move yesterday to clear a spot on the roster for Smith, using the waived/injured designation on him. If Smith clears waivers, he likely will be placed on injured reserve. He still has a year left on his contract so he still could theoretically return next season to try and...
Via Gang Green Nation
7 hours ago

Storylines Worth Monitoring As Jets Start OTA's

It may be no contact, but there will be plenty of intrigue for the Jets. Today marks the start of the Jets organised team activities, more commonly referred to as OTA's. Here are a few important details to remember: They are not mandatory. Most players will show, but these are voluntary workouts. Under the collective bargaining agreement, no contact is permitted. There are 10...
Via Gang Green Nation
7 hours ago

New York Jets – 5 OTA and Minicamp Storylines to Watch

Here are five storylines to watch for when the New York Jets take the practice field this spring and early summer, starting this afternoon for OTAs… The Quarterbacks The biggest storyline of the summer and probably of the Jets’ entire season will be Christian Hackenberg’s development or lack thereof. Put on ice for the entirety of his rookie year, fans will expect Hackenberg...
Via Turn On The Jets
8 hours ago

Jets waive WR Devin Smith

Devin Smith’s run with the New York Jets has already come to a disappointing end. Smith has been waived by the Jets on Monday. The former second-round pick is recovering from a second torn ACL and is out for the 2017 season. Smith, who was picked by the Jets No. 37 overall in 2015, has only played in 14 games, catching one touchdown pass. He played in just four games last season...
Via Larry Brown Sports
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: NFL teams question Darrelle Revis’ commitment to the game

Darrelle Revis was once the most feared cornerback in the NFL, but the free agent hasn’t been eagerly pursued since being released by the New York Jets in February.New information is coming out that may shed more light on the why behind this lack of interest.“ESPN.com contacted officials from four different teams — a head coach, a team executive, a personnel director and a...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets: 2017 Re-draft

With the NFL draft now two weeks in the past, everyone’s opinions of this year’s draft results are in the open. No one will know how this year’s draft will look until a few years down the road. However, it is never too early to second guess the selections made by New York Jets GM Mike Maccagnan. Here are the picks I would’ve made (in the spots the Jets selected, including...
Via isportsweb.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: New York Jets QB Josh McCown talks Hackenberg and Petty

SNY's Jeane Coakley talks to New York Jets QB Josh McCown about how Bart Scott's Taste of the Jets event is bringing the whole team together, and also gets his thoughts on the season ahead.
Via SNY
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 3 offensive New York Jets sophomore breakout candidates

Jet fans might be a bit down going into next season. That’s fair, considering it is unlikely that the Jets will win more than five games and almost certainly will have no chance at making the playoffs. However, if Jets fans can look past the lack of winning (something that they should be pretty used to by now), they might be able to find some reasons for hope; hope that this offense...
Via isportsweb.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Which New York Jets rookie will have the best 2017 season?

The Jets’ had one of the best drafts in 2017 than they have had in years. The question now is which pick will have the best rookie season? Tight end Jordan Leggett stands out. Drafted out of Clemson in the fifth round by the Jets, the tight end did wonders for the Tiger’s offense. During his last two seasons, Leggett recorded a total of 1,261 yards on 86 receptions and 15 touchdowns...
Via isportsweb.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Despite vasectomy, Antonio Cromartie’s wife is pregnant… again

I’m beginning to think Antonio Cromartie may not have had a vasectomy after all. For the second time in as many years, Cromartie’s wife says she is pregnant. TMZ Sports reports Terricka Cromartie announced her latest pregnancy on her Instagram account, teasing what will be the sixth child she has had with Cromartie. Per the TMZ Sports report, Terricka is 25 weeks pregnant, and...
Via The Comeback
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Hackenberg has ‘different level of confidence’ in 2017

The New York Jets would love for Christian Hackenberg to have a great training camp and seize the starting job, and it sounds like the former Penn State star is in the right frame of mind to do just that.With the Jets having signed 38-year-old Josh McCown, there has been speculation that the veteran could start in a bridge year in 2017. Hackenberg can prevent that from happening...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

On Kaepernick, Peter King is once again the NFL’s useful fool

A point of contention throughout the NFL off-season has been whether Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by the world of professional football over his national anthem protest, which the quarterback has already admitted he will no longer continue past the 2016 season. As the months pass and no job for Kaepernick materializes, the league knows it has yet another PR nightmare on...
Via Yardbarker
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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