Marcus Maye makes sense as a trade candidate, being on the franchise tag after contentious negotiations this summer. The fifth-year safety also recently revealed a DUI arrest to the team, after not disclosing it after it when it took place in February.
When I watch the Jets these days I see a number of young players showing promise. I don’t see much else. That comes as little surprise. My former SB Nation colleague Jimmy Kempski compiles the average age of each NFL team on cutdown day each year.
Though the playoffs are still a pipe dream, there is plenty for the New York Jets to accomplish over the next dozen weeks. After a one-week reprieve for their beleaguered fanbase, the New York Jets are back in action.
The Patriots dazed Zach Wilson and the Jets couldn’t score more than six points the last time these two teams met. Things haven’t gotten much better for the Jets heading into their Week 7 matchup, but at least Gang Green understands how this Patriots team operates more than it did in Week 2.
A trio of former Jets will make their way back to the stadium they once called home this weekend. Robby Anderson, Sam Darnold and Frankie Luvu will be back in East Rutherford when the Panthers take on the Giants this weekend.
A former Jet believes he is the franchise’s best safety in recent memory, and it’s not the guy you’re thinking of. Jamal Adams was considered one of the best in franchise history in just three years with the team.
Set to return to the field on Sunday, New York Jets Marcus Maye addressed several happenings from an eventful time on the injury report. This New York Jets rollercoaster drama involving a star safety appears destined for a happy ending, at least in the immediate future.
Can the New York Jets kick off their post-bye slate on the right note? ESM’s experts of green endeavors share their thoughts. What: New York Jets (1-4) @ New England Patriots (2-4) Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA When: Sunday at 1 p.m.