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Jets claim a receiver with speed that can catch

Today the New York Jets claimed wide receiver Walter Powell the former Murray State Racer. Powell is a speedy receiver with great hands whi was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals earlier this April. @RavensInsider: Walter Powell claimed off waivers by the Jets, according to his agents, @symmetryreps The post Jets claim a receiver with speed that can catch appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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Jets Claim WR Walter Powell Off Waivers From The Cardinals

  The New York Jets claimed WR Walter Powell off of waivers from the Cardinals on Monday, according to his agency. Congrats to client Walt Powell (@SpeedKillz9) on being claimed by the @nyjets! — Symmetry (@symmetryreps) September 1, 2014 Arizona placed Powell on waivers Sunday after he was beaten out for one of the last remaining roster spots. Interestingly enough, the Jets...
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5 reasons why the New York Jets can make the playoffs

I try to keep everything relative. I cover one team for isportsweb, but to say one team definitively will or will not make the playoffs ignores what the other fifteen teams in their conference are doing. Maybe a middling team has out-of-nowhere success (this tends to happen every year) and robs a playoff spot my New York Jets are vying for. But I’m here to write about the Jets...
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Jets snatch up former Browns CB Leon McFadden

The New York Jets picked up former Browns cornerback Leon McFadden from waivers on Sunday. CB Leon McFadden has been claimed by the #Jets, per a league source. — Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) August 31, 2014 McFadden is a second-year players that recorded 19 tackles last season in Cleveland. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME...
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Stephen Hill passed through waivers unclaimed

Former Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill passed through waivers on Sunday without being claimed. His agent didn’t get his wish of the Browns picking up his client. Former Jets WR Stephen Hill passed through waivers unclaimed. He's a free agent now. Practice Squad eligible too, per new PS rules. #nyj — Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) August 31, 2014 var ACE_AR = {Site...
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Jets claim former Browns third round pick via the waivers

Today the New York Jets claimed CB Leon McFadden off waivers from the Browns. This was a no-brainer move for the corner-needy Jets, who are set to start Antonio Allen and Darrin Walls against the Raiders in Week 1. McFadden was a former 3rd round pick for the Browns. The post Jets claim former Browns third round pick via the waivers appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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NFL 53-man cutdown update: New York Jets

As of Sunday 8/31 8AM ET, Per NFL transaction wire, NFL.com: All teams down to 53 by Saturday 8/30 4PM. Players released: RB Daryl Richardson LB A.J. Edds CB Johnny Patrick WR Stephen Hill TE Chris Pantale DL Zach Thompson RB Alex Green QB Tajh Boyd DT Tevita Finau S Rontez Miles CB Dimitri Patterson OL Brent Qvale G William Campbell LB...
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A look at the New York Jets final 53 man roster

Yesterday the New York Jets made their final cuts and trimmed their roster down to 53 players in anticipation of the start of the regular season. Now we know exactly who will be suiting up in green and white on Sunday, September 7th. Here are all the players who made the cut: Quarterbacks: Geno Smith, Michael Vick Running backs: Chris Johnson, Chris Ivory, Bilal Powell, Tommy Bohanon...
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Hill, Patterson, Simms among final New York Jets cuts

The New York Jets reduced their roster to 53 men Saturday in accordance with the league’s 4 p.m. ET deadline. Of the 21 players cut, the three that stand out are cornerback Dimitri Patterson, wide receiver Stephen Hill and quarterback Matt Simms. Over the course of four hours Saturday, the Jets announced cuts via their official Twitter account, one to three players at a time....
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets Cut Suspended CB Dimitri Patterson

In the end, I guess the Jets really couldn’t trust the guy they accused of going AWOL.   The Jets have released starting cornerback Dimitri Patterson. CB Dimitri Patterson's suspension ends early. Jets cut him. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) August 30, 2014 Patterson was suspended for the remainder of the preseason after going AWOL hours before the Jets hosted the...
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Jets WR Released; Agent blames Sanchez and Tebow

(Turnonthejets.com) Back in 2012 Stephen Hill was considered one of the best receivers coming out of college. His draft stock was high and many considered him to be drafted early in the first round. Things didn’t go as planned and the former Georgia Tech star fell into the second round before having his name called by the New York Jets. Jets fans were pumped, as Hill could help...
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Hill's agent blames Sanchez, Tebow, Smith for release

Stephen Hill’s agent Alan Herman told Jim Corbett of USA TODAY Sports that the Jets didn’t give his client enough time to develop. “I’m disappointed in Idzik and Rex with the way the whole thing went down there,” Hill’s agent, Alan Herman, told USA TODAY Sports. “Two years in that kind of situation is disheartening. “He didn’t have a chance that first year with...
Via Pro Football Zone
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets cut RB Richardson; Follow their roster cuts here

The New York Jets have began roster cuts. Daryl Richardson is the first player that has been informed. @SethWalderNYDN: Here’s a surprise: I’m told Daryl Richardson is being released. #nyj You can follow the releases here: RB Daryl Richardson The post Jets cut RB Richardson; Follow their roster cuts here appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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New York Jets: Revisiting Initial 53-Man Roster Predictions

The new-look version of the Green & White is much improved on offense in 2014, theoretically increasing their chances of making a strong playoff push, but headline-stricken Jets can’t seem to remove themselves from the front pages of the tabloids.For New York to overcome a difficult schedule that features seven teams who finished .500 or better in 2013, they need to vastly...
Via Pro Football Spot
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Final cuts loom after New York Jets lose to Philly 37-7

The New York Jets’ preseason slate ended on a sour note as they fell to the Philadelphia Eagles 37-7 Thursday night at Lincoln Financial Field. The fourth and final preseason game of the summer is typically left to teams’ third- and fourth-stringers to fight for a handful of disputed roster spots, while starters rest on the sidelines. The Jets smartly employed this strategy –...
Via isportsweb.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss
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