The New York Jets have released wide receiver Santonio Holmes
In a long expected move that will immediately free up 8.25 million of cap space, a source close to the team has confirmed the New York Jets have released wide receiver Santonio Holmes. Before 2011, Holmes was signed to a monster 5 year, 45.25 million dollar contract after putting together a clutch 2010 season for the team. Unfortunately, he never came close to living up to the deal, struggling with inconsistency and injuries over the past three seasons. Holmes is likely to enter a harsh market that is loaded with players who have been more productive in recent years. He may be forced into taking a one year “show me” deal.
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Joe Caporoso with 12 thoughts on the New York Jets on the Friday before free agency begins
We are finally there. Starting tomorrow NFL teams can begin contract negotiations with free agents. On March 11th, those contracts can be confirmed. The Jets are financially poised to have an active offseason but what can we actually expect? Crack open the 12 Pack for thoughts on what may be ahead for our New York Jets…
NOTE: We can report the New York Jets are resigning TE Jeff Cumberland. We don’t have contract specifics yet but he will be back in 2014.
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Joe Caporoso breaks down New York Jets free agent target Dexter McCluster
We continue our look at potential free agent wide receiver options for the New York Jets, with a breakdown of Dexter McCluster of the Kansas City Chiefs. Previously, we have broken down Golden Tate, Emmanuel Sanders, James Jones and Andre Roberts.
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Joe Caporoso and Mike Nolan discuss the New York Jets offensive line and the NFL Draft
Joe Caporoso and Mike Nolan discuss the New York Jets offensive line and the NFL Draft in this week’s edition of the Turn On The Jets Podcast. We cover Austin Howard’s potential new contract, if the team should bring WIllie Colon back, the decline of D’Brickashaw Ferguson and how the Jets could approach the draft.
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Joe Caporoso with a breakdown of free agent wide receiver Andre Roberts, a potential target for the New York Jets
We continue our look at potential free agent wide receiver targets for the New York Jets today with Andre Roberts, of the Arizona Cardinals. Previously, we have looked at Golden Tate, Emmanuel Sanders and James Jones. Currently, Jeremy Maclin, Anquan Boldin and Riley Cooper have all been taken off the market.
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Joe Caporoso with a breakdown of free agent wide receiver James Jones. Should the Jets pursue him?
Previously at Turn On The Jets we have taken a closer look at wide receiver Golden Tate and Emmanuel Sanders. Today, we are going to look at another intriguing potential addition: James Jones of the Green Bay Packers.
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Joe Caporoso breaks down potential New York Jets free agent target, WR Golden Tate
Considering the New York Jets are unlikely to pursue Eric Decker, Golden Tate is arguably the best available option for the team at wide receiver in free agency. You can make the case for Jeremy Maclin but he is unlikely to leave Philadelphia and has injury concerns. You can make a case for Hakeem Nicks, if you think he can regain his 2011 form. Yet, if we are looking at the past season and a general improvement rate over the past couple of seasons, Tate is the top option.
Why are we such big fans of this under 6 foot receiver who is yet to register a 1,000 yard season? Here is an overview of Tate:
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Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets mythical search for a number one receiver
The New York Jets need wide receivers. More broadly, the New York Jets need pass catchers. They need tight ends. They could use a running back who could be a factor in the passing game. This isn’t news to anybody who watched the team last season, or the season before…or the season before that.
The quarterback play has been substandard. Nobody can argue that. Yet, the reality is the Jets likely starter in 2014 is a second year quarterback, who finished 2013 relatively strong but needs some targets. The Jets cannot afford to burden him with a bottom three group of wide receivers and tight ends…again.
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Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers discuss the New York Jets approach to the NFL Draft and free agency
Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers are back on the Turn On The Jets Podcast, discussing the New York Jets approach to free agency and the NFL Draft. We also answer all your Twitter questions sent in on the Jets.
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Turn On The Jets with 10 predictions for NFL free agency
With NFL free agency rapidly approaching, I thought it was an appropriate time to throw out some NFL and New York Jets predictions. Here is my 30 pack of predictions on the Jets 2013 season and while some are quite cringe-worthy to look at now, on the whole they weren’t as bad as I expected. The 12 Pack was up and down this year, as always. Let’s see if I can manage a passing grade here and let’s hear your predictions in the comment section below or on Twitter.
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