Category: Jet News

Linebacker Paysinger set to Meet With Jets

By Glenn Naughton   Brian Costello of the New York post is reporting that the New York Jets are planning to meet with New York Giants free agent linebacker Spencer Paysinger sometime today. As an undrafted free agent out of the University of Oregon, Paysinger is entering  his fifth year as a pro.  Despite taking [...]

More O-lineman? Jets Host Free Agent Tackle Corey Hilliard

By Glenn Naughton   Despite multiple free agent signings that has the Jets carrying a total of thirteen offensive linemen on their roster, Mike Maccagnan and company are reportedly hosting free agent offensive tackle Corey Hilliard. The injury plagued Hilliard took part in just one game for the Detroit Lions last season and has [...]

Jets add Free Agent Defensive Lineman Kevin Vickerson

By Glenn Naughton   Adding some depth to their stout defensive line, the New York Jets today signed eight-year veteran lineman Kevin Vickerson who spent 2014 with the Kansas City Chiefs. After being selected in the seventh round of the 2005 draft (216th overall) by the Miami Dolphins, Vickerson spent three seasons in Tennessee [...]

Jets and Brewer Reportedly Reach Agreement

By Glenn Naughton   Brian Costello of the New York Post is reporting that the Jets and free agent G/T James Brewer have come to terms on a one-year contract. The former New York Giants fourth round selection was expected to meet with the Jets today and apparently both sides were happy with what transpired. [...]

With Secondary Settled, Jets Shift Attention to Depth

By Glenn Naughton   Now that general manager Mike Maccagnan has seemingly fixed what ailed the Jets defense last season by landing multiple high-priced free agents Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie, Buster Skrine and Marcus Gilchrist, his attention appears to have shifted to adding depth elsewhere. With David Harris signing a three-year contract before hitting free agency, the [...]

Jets to Host WR Denarius Moore

By Glenn Naughton   While the New York Jets are likely out of the running for any more big name free agents this offseason, that doesn't mean they won't be kicking the tires a a few mid or low level players. According to Seth Walder of the New York Daily News, former Oakland Raiders wide [...]