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  1. Jets Sign Slot WR Jamison Crowder
  2. Jets to Bring Back CB Darryl Roberts
  3. Jets Get a Head Start on Free Agency, Trade for Kelechi Osemele
  4. Jets Release Spencer Long
  5. No Need to Overthink This, Sign Le’Veon Bell

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March 11, 2019
Jets Sign Slot WR Jamison Crowder

As sources are furiously working to confirm reports from the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport it appears the Jets will be signing slot receiver Jamison Crowder. Source: The #Jets are closing in on a deal with #Redskins versatile WR Jamison Crowder, their top slot guy. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 11, 2019 Crowder, 25-years-old, played his…

March 11, 2019
Jets to Bring Back CB Darryl Roberts

While Jets fans eagerly await to hear about all the new players that will be joining the Green and White this season the Jets have agreed to bring back one of their cornerbacks. Manish Mehta of the NY Daily News was the first to report that the Jets and cornerback Darryl Roberts have agreed to…

March 11, 2019
Jets Get a Head Start on Free Agency, Trade for Kelechi Osemele

The legal tampering period of free agency begins at noon today, teams can start negotiating with players and their agents at noon today but can’t schedule visits or “officially” agree to deals until midnight when Wednesday turns into Thursday, but Jets GM Mike Maccagnan wanted to get a head start on the transactions. The Jets…

February 5, 2019
Jets Release Spencer Long

The Jets have just freed up an extra $6.5 million to add to their cap space. They did so by releasing Spencer Long. Long was due a $3 million bonus if he would have been on the roster three days after the Super Bowl so the Jets made the move to release him now to…

January 31, 2019
No Need to Overthink This, Sign Le’Veon Bell

There’s exceptions to every rule. In this case the rule is, don’t spend big money on running backs. It’s a good rule, scratch that it’s a wonderful rule and should be followed closely unless you can make a perfectly logical case for why in a certain, specific situation an exception should be made. Going into…

January 24, 2019
Jets Hire Dowell Loggains as Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach

The New York Jets have hired Dowell Loggains to be their new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under his good friend Adam Gase. Loggains was the offensive coordinator with Gase in Miami and was also the quarterbacks coach in Chicago in 2015 when Gase was the offensive coordinator (which the pair are often credited for coaching…

January 21, 2019
Jets Hire OL Coach, Frank Pollack

Adam Gase is slowly but surely putting together his coaching staff. Gase told reporters that his focus was on making sure he builds the best staff possible before moving onto really examining the roster. Brant Boyer is staying on as special teams coach, Gregg Williams is the new defensive coordinator and now Frank Pollack has…

January 16, 2019
Jets Sign Gregg Williams as Defensive Coordinator

At Adam Gase’s introductory press conference Gase said the first order of business would be to focus on filling out his coaching staff. Gase said he would be spending so much time coaching Sam Darnold that he was looking for someone that could be the head coach of the defense and he found that guy…

January 14, 2019
Jets Introduce Adam Gase As Next Head Coach

Florham Park, NJ – It’s official Jets fans! Whether you like it or not, Adam Gase has officially been named the 19th head coach of the New York Jets. Gase, along with CEO Christopher Johnson and General Manager Mike Maccagnan, addressed the media today at the practice facility in Florham Park. Gase spent the last three…

January 14, 2019
Jets Extend Brant Boyer’s Contract

During Todd Bowles tenure as the Head Coach of the New York Jets the team struggled in all three phases of the game, up until last season. The offense still stunk, as did the defense, but for the first time since Mike Westoff left the Jets found an actual competent special teams unit and this…