Sam Darnold should know what a bad football team looks like after two seasons in the NFL. He doesn’t think the 2020 Jets are going to be one, though. New York’s roster had a major makeover this offseason with the addition of nine free agents and nine draft picks.
The San Francisco 49ers finally put it all together in year 3 under Kyle Shanahan winning the NFC in dominating fashion. The 49ers look poised to break the hangover that often comes with a team that loses the Super Bowl the previous year.
The NY Jets have a surprising amount of speed on their current roster from some unexpected sources. The NY Jets have never been a franchise known for their speed, but that doesn’t mean that they haven’t had their fair share of speedy players over the years.
Photo by Harry How/Getty Images A smart, speedy safety prospect Ashtyn Davis was picked in the 3rd round (#68 overall) in the 2020 NFL Draft. The pick raised some eyebrows as the Jets already had an All Pro safety in Jamal Adams and a serviceable counterpart at safety in Marcus Maye.
NY Jets’ safety Jamal Adams likely took note of Patrick Mahomes’ recent contract extension. NY Jets‘ safety Jamal Adams hasn’t been shy about his desire for a contract extension this offseason — and that’s putting it bluntly.
The nine players selected in Joe Douglas’ first draft as the Jets GM aren’t the only rookies who will compete for jobs this summer. Douglas and the Jets also signed nine undrafted free agents to the roster in the hope of finding young and talented players where other teams missed.
Former New York Jets No. 1 overall pick Keyshawn Johnson may be in line to join the newest ESPN Radio morning show. Just give him the damn mic. Keyshawn Johnson might be the next big part of the ESPN Radio morning show.
These four former NY Jets starters remain unsigned by any team into the month of July. The NY Jets experienced plenty of roster turnover in the offseason as general manager Joe Douglas decided to mold the team’s roster into his own in his first offseason with the organization.
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Josh McCown has no shame in having been a career journeyman. The former Jets quarterback had a hilarious one-liner on Monday after news broke that Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes signed a record-breaking 10-year extension worth up to $503 million with the Chiefs.
The Patrick Mahomes contract does, indeed, impact the Jamal Adams situation currently raging with the New York Jets. So far, so good. Mt. Adams has yet to erupt which signals good news for the New York Jets. Jamal Adams has kept it congratulatory on his now famed social media accounts.
What did the New York Jets do well in 2019 that they need to continue to find success in 2020? Second-half cornerback excellence Gregg Williams had the cornerback unit playing at a legitimately elite level over the Jets’ 6-2 finish to the 2019 season.
Cam Newton certainly complicates matters for the New York Jets’ AFC East chances, but he’s far from their only new problem. Cam Newton cast his shadow over the AFC East and announced six more years of New England Patriot dominance.
When Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson retired in 2016 in the middle of what appears to be a Hall-of-Fame career, many were left stunned. Former New York Jets receiver Al Toon wasn’t one of them.