JETS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Jets Will Carry Over Almost No Extra Salary Cap Space into 2017

In the NFL, teams are allowed to carry over unused salary cap space into the next season. The average team will carry over $9 million extra into 2017 to add to their cap space. Unfortunately, the Jets are at the very low end. The NFLPA notes the Jets will only carry $371,487 of unused 2016 cap space into 2017. Only the Chargers and the Rams will carry less money over. Wondering...
Via Gang Green Nation
2 hours ago

QUIZ: Name every head coach in the history of the New York Jets

At the end of the 2016 NFL season, the New York Jets are cellar dwellers of the AFC East once again. The franchise has had 18 head coaches in its history including four Hall of Famers (two as players, two as coaches). How many of these leaders of the Jets can you name? Clue: Years Active Note: Includes years as New York Titans
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets 2017 Offseason – Areas to Improve (Defense)

The New York Jets defense regressed from last year in a big way. What was the 4th best defense in the NFL last season, fell to the 18th ranked defense and displayed performances that were downright awful at times. Here we’ll look at potential solutions to all the problematic areas of the Jets defense as they begin to rebuild in 2017… Defensive Line Key Players: Leonard Williams...
Via Turn On The Jets
5 hours ago

Brandon Marshall says Jets have been underpaying him

New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall wants the world to know he’s worth more than he’s paid. Marshall, 32, is known as one of the more reliable targets in the league. Detractors point out, though, he only tallied 788 yards and three touchdowns in 2016 despite cashing in a cool $7.5 million. Joe Lacalandra of Jets Wire captured Marshall’s take on his contract situation...
Via The Sports Daily
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Jets' Brandon Marshall: 'Any team should be happy to have me for $7.5 million'

What does Brandon Marshall think about the Jets cutting him because he's due $7.5 million. Watch video Brandon Marshall's future with the Jets is clouded in uncertainty, and for good reason. He's coming off arguably the worst season of his career, possess a salary cap hit of $7.5 million, and turns 33 in March. All valid reasons...
Via NJ.com
10 hours ago

Dennard Wilson Joins Jets Defensive Staff

Wilson Led Rams Secondary the Past Two Seasons, Served as a Scout with the Bears
Via New York Jets.com
10 hours ago

WATCH: Who will be the next New York Jets quarterback?

On SNY's Loud Mouths, Jon Hein and Willie Colon predict who will be under center as the next starting quarterback for the New York Jets in 2017.
Via SNY
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall considers himself underpaid by the Jets

Wide receiver Brandon Marshall and the New York Jets are coming off a disastrous 2016 season. Marshall himself put up a career-worst performance, tallying just 59 receptions for 788 yards and three touchdowns. This played a role in the Jets regressing from a 10-win 2015 campaign to the AFC East’s cellar. Despite this, Marshall views himself as underpaid by the Jets. No, really...
Via Sportsnaut
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Lachlan Edwards' Offseason Focus: Leg Strength

Jets' Rookie Punter Had 'Bumps in the Road' but Also Built a Foundation for a Greener Future
Via New York Jets.com
11 hours ago

Geno Smith might be the Jets best backup plan

Considering just how weak this year’s free agency class will be, the New York Jets might want to keep quarterback Geno Smith in a backup role. The New York Jets have a lot to ponder when it comes to their quarterback situation.  They could hope to draft a quarterback late in the 2017 NFL Draft […] Geno Smith might be the Jets best backup plan - The Jet Press - The Jet Press...
Via The Jet Press
12 hours ago

It’s time the Jets bring back ground and pound offense

The New York Jets should take a page out of their history and go back to being known as a ground and pound offense. Probably the least talked about position in football is anyone that exists on the offensive line. We live in an era where talking heads, fans, and armchair general managers thrive on […] It’s time the Jets bring back ground and pound offense - The Jet Press - The...
Via The Jet Press
12 hours ago

Top 5 areas Jets should address in the offseason

This offseason will be very critical in improving the New York Jets after a horrific performance this past season. Here are the top five areas that must be addressed if they’re to rebound in 2017. After a 5-11 horrific performance this past season, the New York Jets will look to address certain areas of the […] Top 5 areas Jets should address in the offseason - The Jet Press...
Via The Jet Press
13 hours ago

Report: Clint Hurtt Won’t Join Jets Coaching Staff

There were reports last week that Bears assistant coach Clint Hurtt would be joining Todd Bowles’ coaching staff as outside linebackers coach. Those reports were apparently erroneous according to Darryl Slater. But now, Hurtt almost certainly will not be coming to coach Todd Bowles' staff. The Jets looked into hiring Hurtt, but the two sides never reached an agreement, according...
Via Gang Green Nation
14 hours ago

Clint Hurtt now not expected to join Jets' coaching staff, source confirms

The Jets looked into hiring him. Watch video Outside linebackers coach Clint Hurtt is now not expected to join the Jets' coaching staff, a league source confirmed Tuesday evening. Ten days earlier, multiple media outlets reported the Jets were hiring Hurtt to replace the fired Mark Collins as their outside linebackers coach...
Via NJ.com
15 hours ago

Why eager Jets and Brian Winters committed to each other

The Jets kept homegrown talent from getting away late Monday by signing guard Brian Winters to an extension before he could reach free agency. The Jets did it at a reasonable price, too, retaining Winters with a four-year, $29 million deal that includes $15 million guaranteed, according to a source. A third-round pick from Kent...
Via New York Post
1 day ago

Brian Winters: “I Really Like What the Jets Have Going Here”

Jets guard Brian Winters spoke today about his large new contract that will keep him in green and white. "I was comfortable with the decision I made as I was going through the process," he said during a conference call Tuesday. "I really like what the Jets have going here and I wanted to be a part of that and continue it. "They're the team that gave me my shot in the beginning...
Via Gang Green Nation
1 day ago

Winters chooses to stay with Jets over trying free agency

NEW YORK (AP) Brian Winters is sticking with the Jets after they took a chance on him four years ago. The right guard signed a four-year contract extension Monday night worth $29 million, including $15 million guaranteed. Rather than test the free agent market, staying put was more appealing to the 25-year-old Winters. ''I was comfortable with the decision I made as I was going...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jets guard Brian Winters gets 4-year extension

NEW YORK (AP) The New York Jets have signed right guard Brian Winters to a four-year contract extension. Winters, who was scheduled to become a free agent in March, missed the last two games of the season when he was placed on injured reserve with a shoulder injury. The team announced the move Monday night. Winters was the Jets' third-round pick in the 2013 draft out of Kent...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets WR Brandon Marshall calls for a coaches union to help them stay healthy

Being a coach in the NFL is an incredibly stressful job that we don’t necessarily think about that much. There’s the stress of constantly being on the hot seat and a risk of being fired, getting trashed by fans and the media for every loss and then there’s the incredibly long hours during the season. With the retirement of Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak due to health issues...
Via The Comeback
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall wants NFL head coaches to unionize

Few professions work as much as NFL coaches. This sounds like an exaggeration—but it’s not, and New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall wants to see coaches around the league do something about it. Marshall recently had an interview in which he touched on the topic. “It’s time for our coaches to unionize,” Marshall said, via TheMMQB.com. “We’ve had four coaches...
Via The Sports Daily
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Member of Jets organization on Hackenberg: ‘He'll never make it'

New York Jets rookie quarterback Christian Hackenberg did not play a single snap in 2016, but but didn’t stop people from bashing him like he is the reason the team fell flat on its face. With all the information leaking out about Hackenberg’s development, it seems like the Jets are destined to part ways with him. Earlier this week, ESPN’s Adam Schefter revealed that he was...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets owner noncommittal on bringing Darrelle Revis back

Darrelle Revis’ second stint with the Jets may be ending with a whimper. Speaking with reporters on Thursday, Jets owner Woody Johnson wouldn’t commit to bringing back the seven-time Pro Bowl cornerback for 2017. “My feeling toward Darrelle is different, I think,” said Johnson, per Rich Cimini of ESPN. “He’s going to the Hall of Fame, there’s no question. He’s one...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jets owner Woody Johnson on keeping Todd Bowles

New York Jets owner Woody Johnson discusses Gang Green's disappointing season, his decision to keep Todd Bowles as head coach, and the team's future plans.
Via SNY
13 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Check out SNY's final Report Cards for the 2016 New York Jets

On SNY's Jets Extra Point, Ray Lucas, Mike Westhoff, and Erik Coleman deliver their final report cards, giving out their grades following the end of a brutal 2016 season for the New York Jets.
Via SNY
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Marshall compares Jets’ season to sitting in dirty diaper

Brandon Marshall did not enjoy himself all that much while playing with the New York Jets this season, and there’s only one comparison he can think of for the team’s miserable year. Sitting in a pile of crap. During his weekly hosting spot on Showtime’s “Inside the NFL” Tuesday night, Marshall compared struggling through a 5-11 campaign to soiling your diaper and never...
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss
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