With the top five quarterbacks in the books, it is time to move on to the tight ends. Jets fans should keep an eye on this group, as I would be shocked if none of these guys are wearing Jet green and white after the NFL Draft. Continue reading
The New York Jets are expected to have as many as 12 draft picks in May’s draft, barring any trades. With holes to fill across the board, and the Jets opting to not fill some of them through free agency, there are many prospects in play for the Jets.
Arguably the two position groups that many expect to not be affected by the draft are running back and defensive line. The Jets recently signed former Titans Running Back Chris Johnson (who will now team with Chris Ivory to form a “Predators” backfield). There is still a chance the Jets look to improve their stable of running backs. We continue our series with a fan favorite of #JetsTwitter, Isaiah Crowell.
As we inch closer to the 2014 NFL Draft, Connor Rogers will bring his “top five” for each position. Let’s start out with one of the most controversial groups, the quarterbacks. Continue reading
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets young front seven growing up and the Chris Johnson signing
TOJ Offensive Line Guru, Mike Nolan continues his scouting reports on linemen that the New York Jets could target in the NFL Draft. Today he takes a closer look at Stanford Guard David Yankey.
Joe Caporoso looks at the options with 18th overall pick for the New York Jets
Chris Johnson is a New York Jet. No longer the CJ2K of yesteryear (2009), many are left wondering what Johnson’s role with the team will be. While he may have lost a step, Johnson is still one of the most talented and durable players in the league. He should have a role with the Jets …
Joe Caporoso gives the negative and pragmatic narrative on each member of the New York Jets skill position group