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  • Percy Harvin
    New York Jets face a tough decision with Percy Harvin
    As the clock counts down to free agency the wide receiver options for the New York Jets seem to be increasing. There are young playmakers available like Randall Cobb, Torrey Smith, and Jeremy Maclin along with pass catchers that can be traded for...
  • Jason Worilds
    Free agency could dictate the New York Jets draft strategy
    It was only a matter of time before the results from the NFL Scouting Combine would start to generate the New York Jets “must draft …” articles. While these posts are great for headlines and fan debate, they are a bit premature...
  • Calvin Pace
    Keeping Pace and Babin a smart move by the New York Jets
    On Saturday the New York Jets announced that the team will be picking up the contract options for linebackers Jason Babin and Calvin Pace. This was a wise move by the Jets organization as both of these veteran players come with reasonable...
  • Shane Vereen
    New York Jets release Chris Johnson; Several free agent running backs available
    On Saturday the New York Jets announced that the team will be parting ways with running back Chris Johnson. The move, which saves the Jets $3.5 million dollars in cap space, comes as no surprise as the organization starts to head in a new...
  • Mike Maccagnan
    Jets' Maccagnan set to face several tough decisions
    Now that the Super Bowl has come and gone and the annoyance of the New England Patriots winning the big game is starting to wear off, it is time to start preparing for free agency. The New York Jets are in a desirable position, as the team has...
  • New York Jets
    Jets' Maccagnan and Bowles start off with strong first impression
    On Wednesday the New York Jets officially introduced general manager Mike Maccagnan and head coach Todd Bowles. As the Jets’ latest hires addressed questions from the media it became quite evident that this is a new era for Gang Green. Say...
  • Woody Johnson
    Bradway, Bauer out as the New York Jets revamp their front office
    The winds of change are clearly blowing throughout Florham Park as the New York Jets have decided to fire Terry Bradway, the senior director of college scouting, along with Jeff Bauer, the director of college scouting. General manager Mike...
  • Todd Bowles
    Maccagnan, Bowles prepared to lead the New York Jets
    On Monday the New York Jets announced the hiring of general manager Mike Maccagnan, the former director scouting for the Houston Texans. Maccagnan has an extensive background in scouting and personnel, which is a perfect fit for a Jets front...
  • Kings fight back, but lose in a shootout to the Jets
    Kings fight back, but lose in a shootout to the Jets
    LOS ANGELES – It didn’t take long for the visiting Winnipeg Jets to put the Kings against the ropes. The Jets scored their third goal at 6:39 of the first period, on three shots on goal. The pendulum swung the other way as the Kings...
  • Woody Johnson
    The New York Jets continue their comprehensive search for new leadership
    On Thursday the New York Jets interviewed Jon Robinson, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers director of player personnel. Robinson is the seventh executive that has been interviewed by the Jets for their vacant general manager position, which is an...
  • Woody Johnson
    Are the New York Jets headed in the right direction?
    On Monday the New York Jets fired head coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik following a very disappointing 4-12 season. The moves, which were announced by Jets owner Woody Johnson, caught no one by surprise as the team was clearly heading...
  • Dan Quinn 2010
    Seahawks coaches a hot commodity this offseason
    It's a well-known fact that successful teams in the NFL rarely keep their entire coaching staff together for more than 2-3 years. Win a Super Bowl, and that number gets even lower, requiring teams to constantly scramble to find the best fit...
  • Rex Ryan
    Inspired Jets win one for Rex Ryan
    On Sunday the New York Jets (4-12) finished off their 2014 season with an emotional 37-24 victory over the Miami Dolphins (8-8). The Jets played with pride and passion and were clearly motivated to win for their embattled head coach.OffensePerfect...
  • Rex Ryan
    Will the New York Jets end the season with a victory?
    On Sunday the New York Jets (3-12) wrap up their 2014 season with a road game against their bitter rivals, the Miami Dolphins (8-7). This AFC East match-up will not warrant much excitement except for the fact that this could be Rex Ryan’s...
  • Rex Ryan
    Miracle at MetLife? Can the New York Jets beat the Patriots?
    On Sunday the New York Jets (3-11) play their last home game of the season against their archrival, the New England Patriots (11-3). The Jets enter this match-up as significant underdogs as the Patriots have won 9 of their last 10 games, including...