With approximately $30-40 million in cap space, the New York Jets are pegged to be players when the new league year begins on March 3rd, 2014. Today, we look at free agent defensive linemen. Check out our look at Offensive Linemen from last week here. Continue reading
As soon as the final seconds of the Super Bowl ticked away, analysts and fans across the spectrum began their offseason assessments. For some diehards, the hypotheticals began as soon as their team was out of playoff contention. Though we at Turn On the Jets are already neck deep in offseason content, this article should provide a good overview of where the New York Jets will focus their attention in the coming months.
Joel Corry, Jason Fitzgerald, Jason McIntyre, Brian Bassett, Chris Lopresti, Corey Griffin, Kristian Dyer, Joe Caporoso discuss the New York Jets offseason
With the draft pushed back until May this year, the wait is painful. On the other hand, it creates a longer free agency period and more time for prospect breakdowns. As the draft talk heats up, lets go over a few common aspects all should be weary of before the big event in May takes …
The NFL Draft talk continues at Turn On The Jets. Continuing on with the safety prospects, up next is USC’s Dion Bailey. Bailey has garnered a reputation as “always-around-the-ball Bailey” for his college squad. The three year starter has declared for the draft and offers an intriguing skill set.
We’re still getting snow up here in the Northeast, but the NFL Draft is creeping closer and closer. Thus, it’s time to tackle some of the better fits for the Jets at another position of need: tight end.
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