Continuing the series taking a look at some of the more under the radar 2016 free agent signings by the New York Jets, this weeks it’s the turn of cornerback Darryl Morris. Added to give further depth to the secondary and support on special teams, Morris was signed to a one year deal worth $750,000. Here is the low down on the Jets’ newest defensive back…
With two weeks to go until the NFL draft, you are bound to start hearing chatter about teams moving up or moving back. Just yesterday, the Los Angeles Rams traded up to the first pick in the draft (presumably for a QB) and are now on the clock. Tony Pauline confirmed through a source that the Jets were very close to completing a deal with the Rams themselves. Clearly the Jets want to add a quarterback in this draft, and it’s become more apparent that they are willing to move up to do it. Wherever you land on the question, and we’ll discuss that in a separate article on TOJ, the first domino that needs to fall is the Jets trading their Pro Bowl DE Muhammed Wilkerson. Here are 6 trades that the Jets could explore for Mo over the next couple of weeks…
A former star high school quarterback, Ohio State’s Darron Lee has the athleticism that NFL teams are desperate for at the linebacker position. Could he be the answer to the Jets lack of speed in the front seven?
Joe Caporoso with an initial reaction to the New York Jets 2016 schedule
Joe Caporoso, Connor Rogers and Dalbin Osorio debate out the New York Jets draft strategy and discuss the Ryan Clady trade
David Aitken with a scouting report on offensive tackle Taylor Decker, one of the most popular mock draft choices for the New York Jets
Kevin Zielaznicki with a scouting report for the 2016 NFL Draft on Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland
The TOJ Roundtable discusses who the New York Jets will target with their second round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft