JACOBY FORD RUMORS & GOSSIP
The New York Jets announced that they have released six players on Sunday including veteran WR Jacoby Ford and CB Ras-I Dowling.
The Jets also released: WR Michael Campbell, TE Colin Anderson, FB Chad Young, and DE Anthony Grady.
Ford, 26, signed with the Jets in early April. He was a fourth-round pick of the Raiders out of Clemson back in 2010, but has yet to develop into...
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BY NICK ST. DENISJacoby Ford's best days as a pro were under now-New York Jets wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal, who held the same post with the Oakland Raiders from 2009 through the 2011 season.That played a factor when the 26-year-old former Raider wideout signed with Gang Green last week."I loved playing for him," Ford said recently, via NewYorkJets.com. "He was on me hard, he...
The first big wave of free agent signings ended long ago, but the New York Jets’ needs were not yet filled. Earlier this week, they got back to it, inking WR Jacoby Ford and CB Dimitri Patterson to new deals.
The Jets have a new offensive weapon – as well as a kick-return threat – in Jacoby Ford.
Ford, age 26 and 5’9 tall, joins Eric Decker as the second free agent wide receiver...
The New York Jets have announced the signing of WR Jacoby Ford on Tuesday.
The Jets have signed WR Jacoby Ford. pic.twitter.com/8HRt2Krkfr
— Eric Allen (@eallenjets) April 1, 2014
Ford, 26, was a fourth-round pick of the Raiders out of Clemson back in 2010. He is a classic Al Davis-pick given that he has a track background and posted a 4.28 forty at the 2010 Scouting Combine...
Howard Balzer of LockerDome.com first reported that the Jets hosted free agent WR Jacoby Ford and G Rich Ohrnberger for visits in recent days.
Ford reportedly met with the Jets a few weeks ago, however, a deal was never agreed upon.
Ford, 26, was a fourth-round pick of the Raiders out of Clemson back in 2010. He is a classic Al Davis-pick given that he has a track background...
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#5 – Drafting a WR makes Denarius Moore available as trade bait
With Jacoby Ford set to hit free agency, the Raiders are not very likely to bring him back in 2014. Because of his departure, the Raiders would need to hang on to Denarius Moore for depth. Unless they were to draft a wide receiver. Moore is coming up on the last year on his rookie contract and also may not be a guy...