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NFL free agency is in full swing and the Jets lost some guys who played with the team last year while others remain unsigned. Below is a list of 2014 Jets free agents and what has or might happen to them. Of course former Jets “All-Pro” cornerback Darrelle Revis, who was traded last offseason to […]

Two year starting right tackle Austin Howard left the New York Jets via free agency signing a five year $30 million contract with the Oakland Raiders. It didn’t take long for the team to find his replacement by making their first official non-jet 2014 free agent signing bringing in offensive lineman Breno Giacomini from the […]

The Latest Episode of JetNation Radio: NFL free agency is set to begin on March 11 and the deadline has past for teams to use any tags which would prevent unrestricted players from hitting the open market. JetNation Radio hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch were joined by special guest Joel Corry contracts/salary cap expert, […]

Should the Jets give kicker Nick Folk the franchise tag? Folk is set to become an unrestricted free agent on March 11 but hitting 91% of his field goals last season makes retaining him a priority. The Jets have until March 3 to use the tag on Folk which would be a contract offer for […]

Jets Cooking School

by Phil Sullivan on January 23, 2014

If you would like to get ready for Super Bowl Sunday by improving your cooking skills, you should check out this event.  You can hang out with Willie Colon and Austin Howard and the rest of the culinary team from ICE.  They will teach you how to cook with rum, which is a necessary ingredient […]

Interview: NY Jets OL Austin Howard

October 5, 2013

Had an opportunity to ask New York Jets right tackle Austin Howard some questions about his rise to starting for the team along with where the offense is at heading into their next game against the Atlanta Falcons: Q: You were on the Baltimore Ravens practice squad before being signed by the Jets in 2011.  […]

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Jets At Titans Preview

September 27, 2013

The New York Jets (2-1) hit the road as they take on a rather surprising 2-1 Tennessee Titans squad. These two teams did meet last year in one of the worst games ever played, resulting in a Jets 14-10 loss and the benching of Mark Sanchez. This is a new year, however, with Tennessee presenting […]

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JetNation Radio 4/16: Former Agent, NFL Business Columnist Joel Corry Discusses The NY Jets

April 16, 2013

In the latest episode of JetNation Radio National Football Post.com and CBSsports.com contributor and former sports agent Joel Corry joins hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch. Corry used his experiences as a former agent to give NFL business insight into the Darrelle Revis trade situation.  He discusses the potential contract structure which Revis might get […]

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Some News & Notes On Ex-Jets

March 13, 2013

Here is a brief recap after day one of free agency on some ex-Jets.  We also included some players that are possibly soon to be ex-Jets: Leon Washington is no longer a Seattle Seahawk Mike Devito traveled to Kansas City.  EDIT:  Devito is now a Chief. Thank you for everything #Jets fans. I appreciate all […]

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Jets Tender RFA TE Cumberland & RT Howard, Restricted Free Agents Explained

March 11, 2013

The NFL’s 2013 league year begins Tuesday, March 12th at 4:00pm (EST) and marks the opening of free agency.  The Jets have made a few contract moves before the new year begins. Restricted free agent tight end Jeff Cumberland was given a “qualifying offer” or tender, which is an unconditional contract offer.  The Jets had […]

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