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  1. Jets officially sign Jamal Adams
  2. Darron Lee no longer the ‘young pup,’ ready to breakout in 2017
  3. WATCH: Journeyman McCown Happy With Jets Chemistry
  4. Amid legal uncertainty, LB Mauldin staying focused on season
  5. Enunwa’s role grows but he still ‘just wants to play’

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July 19, 2017
Darron Lee no longer the ‘young pup,’ ready to breakout in 2017

When training camp 2016 kicked off for the New York Jets, Darron Lee quickly became David Harris’ “young pup.” Lee’s first lesson from Harris: “don’t take the cheese.” Fast-forward to the summer of 2017. The Jets, in full rebuild mode, cut ties with several veterans – including the man who was like a father to a…

July 3, 2017
Amid legal uncertainty, LB Mauldin staying focused on season

On June 11, the New York Post reported that New York Jets linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin allegedly assaulted a man at the Highline Ballroom in New York City. According to NYP sources and the lawsuit the victim Jean Lopez filed, Mauldin battered Lopez after he spilled Champagne on him at the nightclub. Lopez, 22, sustained “multiple maxillofacial…

June 21, 2017
Harris signs with rival Patriots

You knew this day would come, right? From the moment future Ring of Honor linebacker David Harris was cut by the New York Jets after an intense OTA workout on June 6, the stars aligned perfectly for the inevitable to occur. Harris has reportedly found a new home – in New England – according to…

June 8, 2017
Hackenberg: “I’m confident I can play at this level”

Florham Park, NJ – The writing is on the wall for the 2017 New York Jets. Management and front office officials are fully invested in the unofficial tank. The release of veteran linebacker David Harris and dismissal of wide receiver Eric Decker is the latest evidence to support the claim. If you were not a believer…

April 29, 2017
WR Devin Smith Tears ACL, Out for Season

The hard luck for Jets WR Devin Smith continues. According to ESPN’s Rich Cimini, wide receiver Devin Smith tore the ACL in his right knee on April 17th before participating in the team’s first off-season workout. A recent MRI confirmed the tear. Smith will need surgery to repair the injured knee and will miss the…

April 26, 2017
The NFL Draft: A time of hope and optimisim, even for the Jets

Stop me if you heard this before: the New York Jets are in the midst of a rebuild. Sound familiar? As you prepare for another season of vanilla football at a half-empty stadium, you do have something to look forward to as the NFL Draft approaches Thursday evening. For this day represents a time in the sport…

September 15, 2014
Marty Mornhinweg explains timeout mishap

Florham Park, NJ- The Jets were driving down field, trailing 31-24, faced with a fourth-and-four with 5:06 left in the game when it happened. The crowd at Lambeau Field was jumping, making all sorts of noise, the ball was snapped and Geno Smith dropped back and threw beautiful pass to Jermey Kerley in the end…

September 8, 2014
Victory Monday: Stats tell the story

Florham Park, NJ – I’m not a big fan of stats. Stats can be so misleading. You know the phrase, ‘men lie, women lie, numbers don’t.’ Well yeah, numbers don’t lie but they also don’t always tell the full story and people love to use numbers to lie. So by extension numbers do in fact…

September 2, 2014
Jets defense preparing to face Raiders offense not rookie quarterback

Florham Park, NJ – The only time you might not want to face a rookie quarterback is when the other option had a burger called the “Pick Six” named after him (“pick any six toppings for your burger”). The Raiders have elected to start rookie Derek Carr this week against the Jets instead of the…

August 28, 2014
Stephen Hill left to fight for roster spot tonight

On Monday Rex Ryan said Stephen Hill will play in the final preseason game against the Eagles on Thursday night. On Tuesday ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the Jets tried to trade Hill earlier in the offseason. Obviously the Jets didn’t find any takers in their quest to trade Hill, but what we don’t know…