We are over one week into free agency. The New York Jets have taken an approach so far that should not be overly surprising. However, there has been a relatively harsh reaction from some segments of the fan-base and certain predictable media outlets. What should we make of John Idzik and the 2014 offseason thus far?
Now that free agency is dying down, the NFL Draft will re-enter the discussion in full force. John Idzik took a conservative approach in free agency and will look to the draft to round out his New York Jets roster. With an abundance of picks in May, the Jets are in a good position to fill some glaring holes.
In the meantime, the most heated topic seems to be in regards to what the team will do at 18 overall in the first round. Let’s take a look at some of the candidates who could be holding up the green and white jersey in Radio City Music Hall. Continue reading
Mike Nolan breaks down the tape on New York Jets right tackle Breno Giacomini
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets first few days of free agency
Muhammad Wilkerson and Jerrel Jernigan are hosting a youth football camp this summer in North Jersey
Dalbin Osorio on why you cannot grade John Idzik’s offseason for the New York Jets yet
Joe Caporoso with thoughts on the New York Jets first four days of free agency