With Leon Washington no longer with the Tennessee Titans, the team is in the market for someone to handle kick returns in 2015.Â On Wednesday, head coach Ken Whisenhunt said the team has three candidates in mind to replace Washington.
Wide receiver Jacoby Ford and running backs Dexter McCluster and Antonio Andrews will compete for the job in training camp.
"We'll look at a lot ofÂ...
After quarterback, running back, and fullback, our next stop around the Tennessee Titans position by position heading into the 2015 offseason is a look at the wide receivers.
In the preseason, there were two major questions surrounding the wide receivers. First, would the clear top three be good enough? Second, would the depth beyond the top three be good enough if the top three...
The Browns will interview Bills senior offensive assistant Jim Hostler for their offensive-coordinator vacancy. (Jeremy Fowler)
Kent Somers reports that the Cardinals HC Bruce Arians plans to promote an assistant coach to defensive coordinator at some point in the near future.
However, Somers isnâ€™t sure what assistant could get the job.
This means former...
CFL CB Delvin Breaux worked out for the Buccaneers and Jaguars this week. (Howard Balzer)
UCLA QB Brett Hundley declined an invitation to the Senior Bowl. (Dane Brugler)
Kentucky RB Braylon Heard will enter the 2015 NFL Draft.
Citing his close relationship with new GM Ryan Pace, Jeff Darlington believes that John Fox has a â€śstrong chanceâ€...
Bengals placed rookie QB A.J. McCarron on the reserve/NFI list.
CB Chris Lewis-Harris suspended two games for violating NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. (Adam Schefter)
Bengals already have worked out former Raiders and Jets WR Jacoby Ford. (Tom Pelissero)
The Broncos brought in KÂ Andrew Furney for a workout on Saturday. (Mike Klis)
The New York Jets were haunted by inefficienty and injury in 2013, so perhaps GM John Idzikâ€™s core value of competition has come to the forfront as the front office gets ready to name its opening day roster.
Greg Salas celebrates his first touchdown of the preseason, versus the Giants on Aug 22nd. (AP)
Wide receivers Saalim Hakim and Greg Salas appeared to be on the outside-looking...
The dress rehearsals are in the books; at least thatâ€™s how the NFL likes to position the third week of the preseason. And to some extent, itâ€™s accurate; more than at any time during the exhibition season, starters around the league play, some even into the second half.
Thus, there are things to be learned from what transpired this week. The results on the field were the best...
The New York Jets cut wide receivers Jacoby Ford and Michael Campbell. The team also released cornerback Rasi-I Dowling, running back Chad Young, defensive end Anthony Grady, and tight end Colin Anderson.
The Jets are now down to 75 players on the team roster. These transactions were a reflection of the roster-cutdown Â that NFL teams are faced with, as they head into each new league...
As the Chicago Bears continue to make their cuts to trim the roster down to the final 53, other teams are also making cuts that could present options for Phil Emery. One of those recent cuts was a veteran return man that could add a spark to the special teams which happens to be an areaÂ of need for the Bears.
Enter Jacoby Ford,Â a fourth-round pick of the Oakland Raiders in 2010...
A little Sunday night two for one at TOJ. Check below for the latest GIF Dump and an updated 53 man roster prediction, after the Jets made a round of cuts today including Jacoby Ford and Ras I-DowlingÂ (donâ€™t want to say we told you soâ€¦)
Also the podcast will be live at 7:30 tonight, send questions in on Twitter!Â
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Amaro and Decker...
BY NICK ST. DENISThe New York Jets announced Sunday they have released six players--including receiver Jacoby Ford and cornerback Ras-I Dowling--to reach the NFL's 75-player roster limit.The next cut deadline is Saturday, when the team needs to be down to 53 players.Ford, a fourth-round pick in 2010 by the Oakland Raiders, was signed this offseason as a free agent Â and totaled just...
Two surprise cuts from the New York Jets in their initial trimming down of the roster heading into the final week of the preseason. They sent first-team kick returner Jacoby Ford and former New England Patriots second-round pick Ras-I Dowling, the latter of whom Rex Ryan viewed as a reclamation project.
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â€” NFL: AroundTheLeague...
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) The New York Jets have released six players, including wide receiver Jacoby Ford and cornerback Ras-I Dowling.
The moves Sunday put the Jets' roster at 75 players, the maximum that teams must be at by Tuesday night.
Also cut were: tight end Colin Anderson, wide receiver Michael Campbell, defensive end Anthony Grady and fullback Chad Young.
Via AP on Fox
August 24, 2014
The New York Jets announced that they have released six players on Sunday including veteranÂ WR Jacoby Ford and CB Ras-I Dowling.
The Jets also released: WRÂ Michael Campbell,Â TE Colin Anderson, FB Chad Young, and DE Anthony Grady.
Ford, 26, signed with the Jets in early April. HeÂ was a fourth-round pick of the Raiders out of Clemson back in 2010, but hasÂ yet to develop into...
12 thoughts on the New York Jets second pre-season game, a 25-17 win over theÂ CincinnatiÂ Bengals. Check back on the TOJ YouTube channel at 7:30 tonight for our latest Podcast and make sure to subscribe!Â
1. Geno Smith had his first turnover of the pre-season on an interception intended for David Nelson. There was a clear miscommunication between the two and while it is hard to...
Due to a shoulder injury it appears that rookie 4th round wide receiver Shaq Evans is going to be headed to the New York Jets IR. This isnâ€™t an overly surprising thing for many who have been following the team, considering the current depth chart and the potential to give a developmental prospect like Evans a â€śred-shirtâ€ť season. Sixth round rookie, Quincy Enunwa is likely headed...
Feature Image:Â Noah K. Murray â€“ USA TODAY Sports
For the first time in a long time, the New York Jetsâ€™ offense is giving the defense a run for its money in training camp. Donâ€™t expect to see any completely lopsided days in favor of the Geno Smith first-team, but at least the talent is now there to squeak out some big plays against one of the better defenses in the league....
The New York Jets held their first training camp practice this morning at SUNY Cortland, NY. It was a perfect day, whether-wise, as the heat was more than tolerable. But letâ€™s get down to football. Hereâ€™s a couple of notes from Jets camp:
1. This is Geno Smithâ€™s team:Â Smith looked accurate and in control today, taking majority of the first team reps. He looked sharp and threw...
Here at cover32 â€“ New York Jets, we will bring you a preview of each position battle daily, leading up to the Jets training camp on July 23rd. Â
Next on the list: Wide receivers
Projected starters: Eric Decker (WR1), David Nelson (WR2), Jeremy Kerley (slot)
Projected back-upâ€™s: Stephen Hill, Jacoby Ford, Jalen Saunders, Shaq Evans, Greg Salas
Battling for roster spot...
Feature Image: Associated Press
The time from now until training camp can be filled with a mix of vacations and training regiments for players and personnel, but for hardcore NFL fans itâ€™s more of a time filled with vodka and despair.
Weâ€™ll be counting down to the June 23rd, report-to-Cortland date, by featuring current players with roster numbers that correspond with the number...
The Turn On The Jets Roundtable is back to debate issues surrounding the New York Jets. Make sure to give all of the writers a follow onÂ TwitterÂ and if there is a question you want to see us debate, leave it in the comment section!
Who do you think will be the biggest surprise to make the New York Jets roster this summer? Who will be the biggest surprise cut?
Joe Caporoso - In...
The Jets used all twelve of their draft selections this year, but most of these players will not be impactful starters from day one. What can we expect from the Jets 2014 rookie class? Well, letâ€™s take a stab.
*Note: This is only for draft selections. Notable UDFAâ€™s will have separate breakdowns over time.
1) Calvin Pryor:
The Jets first round selection will most likely be a...
With the New York Jets one month away from training camp, letâ€™s take a look at a few things to expect when the action picks up in Cortland.
Disagree? Letâ€™s hear it in the comment section, on Twitter or on Facebook.
1 â€“ Geno Smith: Starting Quarterback -Â Marty Mornhinweg has already confirmed Smith will be taking 70-75% of the first team reps throughout camp, which shouldnâ€™t...
The Jets were back at the Atlantic Health Training Center in Florham Park today for day one of minicamp. Letâ€™s take a look at some of the trending topics.
Welcome back everyone! (Well, almost):
The only notable absence from the mandatory minicamp was running back Mike Goodson (who can and will be fined for not attending). Why is Goodson pulling a Bartolo Colon? Nobody knows and...
The New York Jets have wrapped up OTAs and will be heading into minicamp on June 19th before we enter a terrifying six week void without football. Here are 12 observations and thoughts on the current state of the team:Â
1. The release of Brandon Flowers by the Kansas City Chiefs has reignited the debate around the New York Jets cornerback position. At 28 years old and with a few...