TOJ Podcast Episode 4 – Conor Orr, Mike Nolan

Episode 4 of the Turn On The Jets Podcast featuring New York Jets beat writer for The Star-Ledger Conor Orr & TOJ Staff Writer Mike Nolan

Check out episode 4 of the Turn On The Jets Podcast hosted by Joe Caporoso. New York Jets beat writer Conor Orr of The Star Ledger stops by to discuss what he saw from the team during mini-camp and OTAs. TOJ Staff Writer Mike Nolan talks Jets offensive line and Marty Mornhinweg’s offense. Co-host Michael O’Connor also calls in for a brief appearance to discuss the safety position and other roster battles.

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Author: Joe Caporoso

Joe Caporoso is the Owner and EIC of Turn On The Jets. His writing has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, MMQB and AdWeek. Caporoso played football his entire life, including four years at Muhlenberg as a wide receiver, where he was arguably the slowest receiver to ever start in school history. He is the VP of Social Media at Whistle Sports

  • KAsh

    Just as a suggestion, you probably need to find some other veterans for that future article. I do not think anyone will be all that surprised by McKnight and Ducasse being labeled as “roster bubble” players, not even their fans. Those fans will be upset if they get cut; them actually getting cut is the general notion pervading all Jets fans. They are four-year veterans, but they are not starters and have not even contributed very much to the team due to various reasons. So far, they have taken up roster space.

    The way the team is set up, all the contributing veterans are pretty safe from being cut this year. We all pray that Clyde Gates gets cut, and Peterman’s presence will be awkward if he loses his starting spot to Winters, but no one is stepping up to dethrone Gates and Peterman might be a better backup option than Ducasse, depending on how both perform in the rest of the offseason.

    A better article might focus on all the veterans that are not being pressed as hard as they should be – Harris, Landry, Howard, Holmes, Obomanu, Gates (hopefully Gates and Obomanu compete with each other and do not squeeze out a younger, developing wideout) – and what we can expect from them next season. Again, just a suggestion.