Joe Malfa continues Turn On The Jets UDFA breakdown series with a look at Penn State linebacker Deion Barnes
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets UDFA fullback Chad Young
Continuing our breakdown of the 2014 New York Jets rookie class, Dalbin Osorio takes a look at undrafted free agent fullback Chad Young. Here is a closer look at Calvin Pryor, Jalen Saunders, Jace Amaro, IK Enemkpali, Trevor Reilly, Quincy Enunwa and Dexter McDougle:
When John Idzik was hired as the New York Jets general manager, local beat writers and national analysts painted him in a dull fashion. Seattle’s “cap guy” was everyone’s favorite description, which completely neglected his vast resume as a former VP of football administration. He was Seattle’s representative at league meetings, oversaw player negotiations and transactions, along with day to day football operations, all for a franchise that has nearly perfected the “rebuilding” phase.
With hopes he could develop a plan to elevate the Jets back into the AFC contender they once were, Woody Johnson hired the “cap guy.” What many have failed to recognize is that the Jets have brought in an architect who is ready to execute his blueprint. Continue reading “John Idzik: The Man With A Blueprint”
Connor Rogers on the final roster battles heading into the New York Jets last pre-season game
While it has been a hectic week in New York Jets news (shocking), one of the more important topics has rarely been analyzed: the competitions for the final roster spots. Although the most important one will be left with unanswered questions in Geno Smith versus Mark Sanchez, some vital roles still need to be filled. In what has been a very average preseason in terms of team performance, the Jets have had some very unlikely players from the undrafted free agents to guys who were out of the league last year step up in limited playing time. Let’s breakdown the few roster battles that remain in the final upcoming preseason game: Continue reading “New York Jets Preseason – Final Roster Battles”
Connor Rogers with New York Jets Wide Receiver Power Rankings based on training camp performance
In what has been an injury filled training camp for not only the New York Jets, but the entire NFL, the wide receiver competition is beginning to take shape. A select few will make noise in the first preseason game, good or bad and the depth chart will solidify itself in the coming weeks. Let’s take a look at how things are currently shaping up –
Mike O’Connor on New York Jets WR Vidal Hazelton, who has had a wild NFL journey…can he make the 2013 team?
Turn On The Jets is happy to welcome Mike O’Connor to our staff for the 2013 season. Make sure to give Mike a follow on Twitter. Always stay tuned for information on our Podcast which is launching this week and will have Mike as a co-host alongside Joe Caporoso.
Connor Rogers breaks down New York Jets UDFA Dalton Freeman, a center from Clemson
Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets UDFA Rontez Miles strengths and weaknesses along with his chances of making the final roster.
Dalbin Osorio continues our breakdown of the New York Jets 2013 undrafted free agents with a look at safety Rontez Miles. Make sure to give a Dalbin a follow on Twitter and check out the rest of the series here –
Cole Patterson breaks down New York Jets undrafted free agent Mike Edwards, a cornerback from Hawaii