Michael Meegan with a closer look at New York Jets UDFA DL Dominique Davis
With a roster with as many holes as the Jets it is hard to find any position that would not benefit from being upgraded. As a result of seemingly taking defensive linemen in the first round of every draft the past decade, the team has some quality depth along their defensive line. Joe Douglas waited until after the draft to give Dominique Davis, a DII standout DT from UNC Pembroke a shot as a UDFA…
Badlands Episode 20 – Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers react to the latest wave of New York Jets free agency news and are then joined by Jordan Reid of the The Draft Network to talk their 2020 draft class…
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Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers talk Logan Ryan, Larry Warford, Jadaveon Clowney and other New York Jets free agency news. They are then joined by Jordan Reid of The Draft Network to discuss the New York Jets 2020 draft class and why fans should be excited about wide receiver Denzel Mims…
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Joe Caporoso with a deep dive on New York Jets 2nd round pick, WR Denzel Mims
The New York Jets used their second round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on Baylor wide receiver Denzel Mims. Let’s take a deeper dive into his game, projected role and how he could impact the team’s offense. Check out our other 2020 draft pick deep dives…
Michael Meegan with a look at New York Jets UDFA OL Jared Hilbers
Joe Douglas was an offensive lineman himself in college and he has worked has made his main priority to fix a unit that was woeful last season. He added OL in free Agency, he added it in the NFL Draft, and he did not stop adding them as the Jets agreed to terms with Jared Hilbers from Washington as a UDFA.
Joe Belic with a deep dive on New York Jets 4th round pick, OL Cameron Clark
The Jets had some question marks in terms of run blocking going into the draft but addressed the issue with two absolute maulers: Mekhi Becton and Cameron Clark.
Clark, the 129th overall pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft, played left tackle all four seasons for the UNC Charlotte 49ers, but it’s widely believed he’s best suited to play guard at the next level.
One part brain and one part brawn, Clark is the perfect combination of smarts and down-right nastiness; his sheer will to dominate defenders is at the heart of his game. A natural-born leader, his stacked resume includes Dean’s list, offensive MVP, and team captain. Extremely durable to boot, Clark started 31 straight games during his collegiate career.
Stephen Russo with a closer look at New York Jets UDFA defensive back Lamar Jackson, from Nebraska
Following the completion of Joe Douglas’ first draft as the New York Jets’ General Manager, he made some noteworthy UDFA signings as well. Among them was Nebraska Cornerback Lamar Jackson (I promise not to make any jokes referencing the League MVP with the same name). Jackson, a 2nd team all Big 10 player in his senior season at Nebraska, has the potential to make some noise in a seemingly wide-open cornerback room.
Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 pack on expectations for the New York Jets 2020 rookie class…
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Michael Meegan with a closer look at New York Jets UDFA Javelin Guidry, a UDFA DB from Utah…
One of the most talked about units in college football last year was the Utah defense. They were one of the best units in college football and had 6 draft picks on that side of the ball in 2020. Joe Douglas has not been shy about trying to fix the Jets secondary and signed DB Javelin Guidry as a UDFA from Utah to help that cause…
Michael Meegan with a UDFA breakdown of New York Jets UDFA signing, DB Shyheim Carter
Much like he has with the offensive line, Joe Douglas has been busy overhauling the team’s secondary. Pierre Desir, Quincy Wilson, Bryce Hall, and Ashtyn Davis are just some of the new faces brought into the unit previously known as New Jack City. The Jets will need much improved play from this unit as the Duck Hodges and Matt Barkley’s have been replaced with Russell Wilson and Patrick Mahomes’ on the schedule in 2020. After that draft, Douglas went to the NFL talent factory that is the University of Alabama and brought in Shyheim Carter as a UDFA to see if he can help this unit.
Dan Essien discusses how Quincy Wilson ended up with the New York Jets and Wilson’s opportunity to rebuild his career…
The New York Jets traded a 6th round pick to the Indianapolis Colts for cornerback Quincy Wilson during the 2020 NFL Draft. The Jets landed Wilson to continue an in-depth overhaul of a cornerbacks unit that was starved for talent in 2019. Wilson’s journey in the NFL has been a roller coaster and comes to the Jets hoping for a shot to finally prove himself.