New York Jets Five Difficult Decisions: Muhammad Wilkerson Edition

David Aitken looks at how the New York Jets could handle Muhammad Wilkerson’s contract situation this off-season

The third edition of Five Difficult Decisions looks at the most polarizing question of all – should the New York Jets trade Muhammad Wilkerson? The answer may be a little more complicated than simply keeping the team’s best player…

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TOJ Roundtable – New York Jets 2016 Breakout Player Edition

The TOJ Roundtable discusses who the New York Jets breakout player will be in 2016

The TOJ Roundtable is back. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter and to let us know your opinion down in the comment section below!

Joe Caporoso appeared on the EA Podcast on New York Jets.com right here to talk about the upcoming off-season

What member of the New York Jets will have their breakout season in 2016?

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New York Jets Walking Papers – Offense

Joe Caporoso looks at members of the New York Jets offense who could be given their walking papers

It is no secret that each off-season brings roster turnover, not just in terms of new additions but in terms who will be given their walking papers. Let’s look at what notable members of the New York Jets offense are unlikely to be back in 2016…

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DO’s – TOJ New York Jets Dream Offseason 1.0

Dalbin Osorio lays out his dream off-season for the New York Jets

This is the second part of an article that began with Connor Rogers’s full 7 round mock draft. We’re doing it a little backwards where Connor’s mock draft came out and impacts what we decided to do in free agency. First, let’s start with a look at the New York Jets unrestricted free agents…

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Jets UK Chronicles – Mike Maccagnan, Executive of the Year

Nikki Charlesworth on New York Jets GM Mike Maccagnan winning Executive of the year

The Pro Football Writers of America Executive of the Year award has been handed out since 1993. Until this week, no member of the Jets front office staff has ever won it. Exactly one year after taking up his post, Mike Maccagnan picked up this accolade Thursday. In an slightly prophetic comment last week, I suggested he might be in the running for such an award and this is certainly well deserved recognition for what he has achieved in his first year.

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Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – Todd Bowles Year One Review Edition

Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack reviewing the pros and cons of Todd Bowles debut season as the New York Jets head coach

The Turn On The Jets 12 pack barrels on here in the early weeks of the New York Jets off-season. We will keep our coverage rolling through Championship Weekend, the Super Bowl, Super Bowl commercials and into combine/NFL Draft season. Stay with us. Today’s 12 Pack focuses on evaluating the performance of Todd Bowles in his rookie season as the New York Jets Head Coach.

In the New Jersey area this summer? Learn more about Muhammad Wilkerson’s upcoming 2016 camp right here!

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New York Jets Five Difficult Decisions: D’Brickashaw Ferguson Edition

David Aitken on how the New York Jets should handle D’Brickashaw Ferguson’s contract this off-season…

The second part of the Five Difficult Decisions series looks at one of the most reliable Jets of the past decade. Struggling the most he has since his rookie season, what should the Jets do with D’Brickashaw Ferguson and his enormous cap number?

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TOJ Roundtable – New York Jets One Addition Edition

The TOJ Roundtable names one player they would like to the New York Jets roster in 2016, whether it is via the NFL Draft, free agency or trade

The TOJ Roundtable is back. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter and to let us know your opinion down in the comment section below!

Joe Caporoso appeared on the EA Podcast on New York Jets.com right here to talk about the upcoming off-season

If you could add one player to the New York Jets roster in 2016, via the NFL Draft, trade or free agency, who would it be?

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New York Jets – 2015 Trade Review/2016 Projections

Joe Caporoso reviews the 2015 trades made by the New York Jets and projects what could be on the way in 2016

Continuing our review of New York Jets GM Mike Maccagnan’s first year on the job, today we will look at the 2015 trades completed by the team and what to expect in 2016. Last week we broke down the performance of the team’s rookies, linked right here.

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New York Jets Five Difficult Decisions: Ryan Fitzpatrick Edition

David Aitken on the top five decisions the New York Jets have to make this off-season, starting with how to handle free agent quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick

Mike Maccagnan’s rookie season as New York Jets general manager was such a slam dunk we should be calling him Macgenius. No general manager in 2015 was able to navigate free agency, the trade market and the draft to come away with a better crop of players and it led to a win improvement margin bested only by the Carolina Panthers and the Jets’ first winning season since 2010. Of course, he was left an incredibly healthy cap situation by his predecessor and a roster so barren of talent he had little to worry about in terms of re-signings. The 2016 offseason offers a new set of challenges: less cap space, players to retain, and more needs to fill. Here is the first of a series of five difficult decisions that await the Jets this offseason, and the arguments for both.

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