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Jace Amaro to IR, Done for Season

By Glenn Naughton   In a surprising move today, the New York Jets announced that second-year tight end/H-back Jace Amaro will miss the entire 2015 season with a torn labrum.  Head coach Todd Bowles informed the media of the development today. https://twitter.com/BrianCoz/status/638764071647596544 Amaro was thought to be on the mend for what was only being [...]

Injury Updates From Coach Bowles

The Jets open the regular season in just under two weeks. The final preseason game is on Thursday against the Eagles, but the starters don't normally play in the last preseason game. Todd Bowles was asked about that today. I’m leaning towards some, just because we’re down quite a few people. We’re going to see [...]

Jets Waive Davon Walls, Sign Tight End Matt Lacosse

By Glenn Naughton   The New York Jets have announced the acquisition of rookie tight end Matt Lacosse after waiving defensive lineman Davon Walls, another undrafted free agent. Walls was one of the Jets top priorities after the draft as he was one of the few players to receive a signing bonus from Gang Green. [...]

Sunday Notes: Geno’s Jaw, Jets Preseason Debut

    https://twitter.com/ProFootballDoc/status/632034706620461056   Tuesday morning former Jets linebacker IK Enemkpali "sucker punched" Geno Smith in the locker room fracturing his jaw in two separate places. According to David Chao, an orthopedic surgeon that focuses on athletes, Geno's recovery time could be significantly shorter than originally anticipated. After the incident, the prognosis was a 6 [...]

Training Camp Day 2: Five Takeaways From Camp

https://twitter.com/JetNation/status/627182314527846400 Based on today's performance the depth chart should remain the way it is at the quarterback position. Geno looked like the leader of the offense despite almost giving up an interception to Jamari Lattimore at the end of the day. Smith completed most of his passes showing notable accuracy, and command of the offense. Smith [...]

Jace Amaro – The Sophomore Leap?

Adam Levitan of Rotoworld ran some fantasy based production numbers with tight ends from 2004 to 2013 and found that in general, they took a leap in their second year 81% of the time, and those who improved did so at a rate of 60%.  One of the players he has tagged for a leap [...]

Offseason Minicamp is Upon Us

The Jets are going to hold their mandatory minicamp on June 9-11, and this should provide fans and Todd Bowles a good look at their newly reconstructed team for 2015.  Some of the things to look forward to: The Return of Wilkerson:  Brian Costello wrote that Muhammad Wilkerson plans to rejoin the team for mandatory [...]