Connor Rogers with a New York Jets Cup of Coffee to kick of training camp
Connor Rogers highlights the offensive players to focus on in the 2014 Jets training camp.
Connor Rogers reviews Dee Milliner’s rookie season, while previewing what lays ahead.
The Jets used all twelve of their draft selections this year, but most of these players will not be impactful starters from day one. What can we expect from the Jets 2014 rookie class? Well, let’s take a stab.
The Jets were back at the Atlantic Health Training Center in Florham Park today for day one of minicamp. Let’s take a look at some of the trending topics.
Connor Rogers breaks down Jets rookie wide out Quincy Enunwa.
It is the “slow season” for not only the New York Jets, but the entire NFL. After a long draft season and overall offseason, I usually take a break this time of the year. This year is different though.
Well, football is kind of back. The Jets OTA’s began Tuesday and media availability began yesterday. A majority of the team attended (the workouts are voluntary), with a few players being excused for various reasons. Let’s recap some of the “highlights” so far.
A week ago I began to rank the Jets 2014 draft picks based on potential, need, and value. After going over the top six, it is time to wrap the series up and take a look at the bottom six. Let’s dig in.
Connor Rogers ranks the New York Jets 2014 NFL Draft selections, part one