Even though the New York Jets signed Eric Decker on Wednesday night, they’ll still go after James Jones.
I'm told even if the New York Jets sign receiver Eric Decker in the coming days they will continue to pursue James Jones…
— Tony Pauline (@TonyPauline) March 13, 2014
The Jets need to go after as many receivers as they can. Jeremy Kerley and Stephen Hill won’t cut...
Eric Decker is one of the hottest wide receivers on the free agent market, and the Jets are the first team he met with. Does that mean he is likely to sign with New York? That could be the case. The Jets have a desperate need at wide receiver. Their current options are Jeremy Kerley, […]
Before you know it, your favorite NFL team will undergo a dramatic facelift and hypothetically improve their prospects for the 2014 season. Don’t forget, however, the 2013 rosters are still set and old faces will play just as important roles as the new ones. As of today NFL Free Agency beings tomorrow at 4pm. Each day, we at TOJ have addressed a new position group and where there...
New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley is doubtful to play against the Ravens at Baltimore on Sunday as he recovers from a dislocated left elbow.
Kerley was limited in practice Friday, as he has been all week, while wearing a red no-contact jersey and catching passes in receiver drills with his right hand. He has also been wearing a brace over his left elbow.
Kerley was injured...
Via AP on Fox
November 22, 2013
Jeremy Kerley returned to the Jets lineup this week after battling illness during the week. However, he lasted less than two quarters before he appeared to suffer a gruesome arm injury after a Saints player fell on his left forearm. Arms should not bend that way.
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Jeremy Kerley has a knack for coming through in clutch situations for the New York Jets.
The wide receiver, in his third season, had six catches for first downs on third-down plays in the Jets' 30-27 overtime victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday. It was the most third-down conversion catches by a Jets receiver since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.
Kerley is tied for second...
Via AP on Fox
October 24, 2013
New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley will not play in the team's game at New England on Thursday night because of a concussion.
Kerley, who also serves as the Jets' primary punt returner, was ruled out Wednesday, as expected.
He took a hard hit from Tampa Bay's Mark Barron late in the second quarter of New York's 18-17 victory Sunday. Kerley's helmet popped...
Via AP on Fox
September 11, 2013
Here at Turn On The Jets, we decided to take a page out of Robert Mays book over at Grantland (a polite way of saying rip his article idea off) by counting down the 115 days until the New York Jets kick off, with a daily reason to get excited about their return. Mays has the whole NFL to work with, we only have the Goddamn Jets…now there is a challenge, step your game up Mays...
For all the talk us Jets fans have been dealing with in terms of coaches and players staying or leaving in the past couple of weeks. Here are three players who will be around next year that should be ready to take their play to the next level -
Jeremy Kerley - Prior to the departure of Derrick Mason, Kerley saw limited action. However, after Mason was traded to Houston, Jet fans...
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The most obvious beneficiary of the decision to trade Derrick Mason is rookie receiver Jeremy Kerley. In his first extended action last week, Kerley finished with 3 receptions for 35 yards and a touchdown, making more of an impact than Mason already had all season which accelerated the decision to trade him.
Kerley was probably the most hyped Jets player throughout training camp...