Category: Jet News

Draft Thoughts: Wide Receiver

More often than not, attempting to project a team's draft strategy before the start of free agency is  a fun, yet impossible task.  Clubs with ample cap space and multiple pressing needs are likely to address roster deficiencies during the free agency period as they see fit.  With the New York Jets slated to be in better financial shape than most clubs, many estimates putting them anywhere [...]

Dyer: Jets to go Hard After Spiller

By Glenn Naughton   Kristian Dyer of metro is reporting that a league source has confirmed the New York Jets will indeed "go hard" after former Buffalo Bills running back CJ Spiller who is due to become a free agent next month. JetNation.com recently discussed Spiller and the possibility of him following former head coach Chan Gailey, the Jets [...]

JetNation.com: 10 Year Anniversary

We are pleased to announce that JetNation.com is celebrating its 10th anniversary. We want to thank the passionate and dedicated New York Jets fans that visit the site and have helped it grow so much over the years.  When we launched in 2005, we had lofty goals that revolved around our forums and the "front [...]

Report: Jets To Cut Harvin

Rich Cimini of ESPN NY is reporting that the Jets are expected to cut Percy Harvin before March 19th. uStadium recaps what this means in the tweet below. We were unable to embed any tweet from Rich Cimini because he has decided to block JetNation on Twitter. https://twitter.com/uSTADIUM/status/565552920536825856 NY Jets fans are discussing Percy Harvin [...]

Jets ink Former Pittsburgh Cornerback Curtis Brown

The New York Jets today announced the signing of former Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Curtis Brown.  Selected in the third round of the 2011 NFL draft out of the University of Texas, Brown spent three seasons with the Steelers but was placed on IR just seven games into his third season with a torn ACL. Out of [...]

Decision Time On Chris Johnson

Chris Johnson just completed the first season in his seven-year NFL career that saw him rush for less than 1,000 yards. Johnson rushed for 663 yards and had a 4.3 yard per carry average. The Jets are changing up the offense, with Chan Gailey in town they are expected to run a spread offense. Which [...]

With Season Officially Over, Jets Look to Get to Work

While the sports world sits and debates the Seattle Seahawks and the worst play call in Super Bowl history, the New York Jets are preparing to meet on Tuesday to discuss the upcoming off-season. Jets owner Woody Johnson, general manager Mike Maccagnan and head coach Todd Bowles  will sit down to discuss what direction the team will take as the [...]

Jets Hire OL Coach Marshall

Jets head coach Todd Bowles filled another vacancy on his staff today by adding offensive line coach Steve Marshall, formerly of the Green Bay Packers. Marshall served as an assistant offensive line coach in Green Bay last season following a one-year stint at New Mexico State. In all, Marshall has been an offensive line coach for [...]