Geno Smith is scheduled to become a free agent next month, and most feel it is a foregone conclusion that the New York Jets will not be making an effort to re-sign the quarterback. But could Smith become too much of a bargain to pass up?Rich Cimini of ESPN.com wrote on Sunday that he does not believe the Jets have completely given up on Smith. The biggest reason they may not be interested...
Former Teammates Showed Support for the Veteran Center After News of His Release
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The TOJ Roundtable is back. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter and to let us know your opinion down in the comment section below! Give a few thoughts on the New York Jets decision to release Nick Mangold… Joe Caporoso – Thoughts here David Aitken – When the Jets drafted Mangold in round one of 2006, there were definitely high expectations. Mangold not only...
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The New York Jets need a lot of work this offseason but these are the top moves they should not make. There’s no doubt the New York Jets are farther away from the NFL Playoffs than we thought after a 10-6 season. Now it’s time to build the foundation and put the building blocks in place […] Top 3 offseason moves the Jets should not make - The Jet Press - The Jet Press -...
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5 hours ago
The only way the New York Jets will keep Darrelle Revis on their roster next season is if the veteran defensive back agrees to restructure his contract, and it sounds like Revis is open to it.According to Rich Cimini of ESPN.com, Revis recently hinted that he is willing to take less money while chatting with fans on social media.Interacting with fans on Instagram, Revis all but confirmed...
After a miserable season defending opposing passing attacks, the New York Jets are in desperate need of defensive secondary help. They should be taking a good look at the top two safeties in the 2017 NFL Draft, Jamal Adams, and Malik Hooker. Coming into the 2016-2017 NFL season, the New York Jets were expected to […] Jamal Adams and Malik Hooker would provide instant upgrades for...
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6 hours ago
The New York Jets cut longtime center Nick Mangold in an attempt to clear cap space.
The cuts continue to be made as the Jets save over $2.6 million by cutting ties with Henderson. Mike Maccagnan continues to clear cap space ahead of free agency by cutting ties with linebacker Erin Henderson, according to Daryl Slater: It's no surprise to see the Jets move on from Henderson, the former Minnesota Viking linebackers appeared in just 5 games last year, landing on the...
Via Gang Green Nation
23 hours ago
Henderson joined the Jets in 2015. The Jets have cut ties with inside linebacker Erin Henderson, whom they placed on the non-football injury list after he played in just five games last season, with four starts. The Jets declined his option for 2017, a league source confirmed. The reason Henderson was put on that list remains unclear. It...
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The New York Jets have released center Nick Mangold, the team announced Saturday.Mangold was named first-team All-Pro twice and made the Pro Bowl seven times during his 11 seasons with the Jets. Mangold posted a thank you message to the Jets and the fans on Twitter: As Nathan Jahnke of Pro Football Focus points out, Mangold has been one of the better players at his position for the...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Chiefs have signed veteran running back C.J. Spiller, providing depth behind Spencer Ware in a move that could mean Jamaal Charles will be cut in a cost-saving move. The Chiefs would owe Charles more than $6 million this season, a big price tag for a running back who missed most of the last two years to knee surgery. They would not incur a salary cap hit by...
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Once a dynamic Pro Bowl performer with the Buffalo Bills, former first-round pick C.J. Spiller has fallen on hard times recently.The 29-year-old running back was released by the New Orleans Saints back in September, eventually latching on with the New York Jets and Seattle Seahawks later in the campaign. He would end up rushing a combined six times in as many games between the two...
BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) Authorities say former New York Jets defensive lineman Scott Mersereau has been charged with punching a 15-year-old boy after accusing the teen of egging his South Florida home. The Palm Beach Post (https://goo.gl/rz8M9p ) reports that Mersereau was arrested and charged with child cruelty after a confrontation Saturday. Boca Raton police say Mersereau had...
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Darrelle Revis and the New York Jets will have to wait a few weeks longer to find out what his preliminary hearing will bring about.According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, the preliminary hearing, which was originally supposed to take place Thursday, has been pushed back to March 15.Following up on this information, Rapoport explained what this means to Revis and the Jets. Ralph...
Darrelle Revis has been charged with four felonies — one of which is aggravated assault — and a misdemeanor for his alleged involvement in a brawl earlier this month, but the New York Jets cornerback is adamant that he did not throw any punches.Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reported on Monday that Revis’ representatives have privately told Jets officials that Revis...
On Wednesday, the New York Jets released Left Tackle Ryan Clady after just one year. Clady suffered a torn rotator cuff in week three of the season, tried to play through it for a few weeks, and was eventually placed on injured reserve for the remainder of the year. Head Coach Todd Bowles said about the injury, ” It got so bad to where it wasn’t getting any better with treatment...
SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano discusses the options for the New York Jets regarding Darrelle Revis and his recent criminal charges.
The New York Jets entered the 2016 season with hopes of making the playoffs, and left it with the 6th overall pick in the upcoming draft and a need for a full rebuild. The Jets roster is still full of veteran players, many of which are blocking the way for younger players. This upcoming offseason will mark the beginning of a potentially long rebuilding process for the Jets, and...
Former St. Louis Rams and New York Jets running back Zac Stacy has announced he is retiring from the game of football after just three seasons. Originally a fifth-round pick out of Vanderbilt, Stacy exploded onto the scene as a rookie with the Rams, rushing for 973 yards and seven touchdowns in 2013.He then saw his production fall in 2014 due to injuries and the emergence of then...
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