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BY NICK ST. DENISThe New York Jets are slowly working to solidify their offensive line and took another small step in doing so Monday.Restricted free agent and incumbent starting right tackle Austin Howard signed his tender, according to Kimberley A. Martin of Newsday. The tender is of the second-level variety, worth $2.023 million. (photo: Pedro Camba, Flickr)Howard wasn't spectacular in 2012, but he was an upgrade over Wayne Hunter, who failed to make a smooth transition into the starting role following the departure of Damien Woody.READ MORE »
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The New York Jets have re-signed one of their own on Monday, coming to terms on a one-year, $2.023 million contract with right tackle Austin Howard. The signing allows him to report on time to the Jets voluntary workouts.
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The New York Jets have reportedly agreed to terms with recently released OLB Calvin Pace on a one year deal. While this move may not be entirely popular among Jets fans, bringing Pace back without long term ties is a sensible move for a variety of reasons.
While Pace has seen his pass rushing abilities diminish over the last few seasons due to a decline in overall speed and explosiveness...
As you might've heard, the Jets are virtually certain to release Tim Tebow, but not before exhausting all trade opportunities. If they seem desperate to unload their personal punt protector ... well, that's because they are.
Really, really desperate.
As Mike Klis of the Denver Post writes, the Jets would like something -- anything -- in return for Tebow.
With all the talk about how Rex Ryan is reportedly "smitten," with DE/OLB Barkevious Mingo, John Idzik quietly came to an agreement with a different outside linebacker. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Calvin Pace has signed a one-year deal to stay with the team.This move will by no means stop the Jets from drafting Mingo, if Ryan really is as smitten as they say...
Don’t worry Tim Tebow, it seems the New York Jets do not want Mark Sanchez either.
According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers turned down a trade scenario that included Mark Sanchez..
The Buccaneers already have one young quarterback to figure out in Josh Freeman, and he doesn’t cost $8.25 in 2013.
The Jets are desperately trying to unload two quarterbacks...
On Friday, ProFootballTalk.com reported that the New York Jets have explored including Mark Sanchez in the potential Darrelle Revis trade with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
That’s when the tweets hit the fan. Half of Jets Nation instantly became excited, while the other half is so jaded, they are physically unable to believe anything good could ever happen to this organization. Unfortunately...
Mike Florio, of ProFootballTalk, has let it be known that Mark Sanchez’s name has come up in conversations regarding a possible trade between the New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This trade is the long-talked about move to send Darrelle Revis to the Bucs in exchange for draft picks.
The new development, being explored by Jets GM John Idzik, would possibly send Mark Sanchez...
The Jets have botched this in every single way. It looked like they had a good deal on the table from Tampa, but they have decided to declined for now.
Revis has been rehabbing away from Jets facility, but he has to come back, if he wants to collect his bonus money. Revis is going to leave after this season regardless, so the Jets would be wise to get something for him while they...
The Jets have some major needs to address in this u upcoming NFL Draft. New York needs to find an explosive pass rusher and wide receiver. They must upgrade their offensive front and perhaps the secondary, depending on what happens with Darrelle Revis. And might they take a strong look at a QB?
NFL Mock Draft News and Notes by DJ BoyerMark Sanchez…What is Going on?Maybe one of the most confusing stories now is the involvement/no involvement of Sanchez being tossed into the pot for Tampa Bay in the proposed Darrelle Revis trade. It does seem like this is legitimate and the Jets are not trying to force the hand of another team in order to make some type of move. Looks like...