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by Chris Menn on December 17, 2013

Once again we find the Jets outside the playoff picture and the focus turns to next season.  Today we will look at the Jets draft position. This year, as of week 16, the Jets have a chance to go as high as the 3rd pick of the draft and as low as the 18th pick […]

The Star Ledger’s Jenny Vrentas is reporting that the Jets have signed #187 overall draft pick safety Josh Bush to a contract: The Jets are making quick work of signing their new rookies, agreeing to terms today on a four-year deal with sixth-round draft pick Josh Bush. While details are not yet available Bush will most […]

The final day of the NFL draft is here and rounds four through seven will take place today. The Jets have five picks total, three in round six (#187, #202, #203) and two in round seven (#242, #244). The following are some players/positions to watch as potential picks for the Jets: Offensive Line: Joe Long […]

The New York Jets have selected DE from North Carolina Quinton Coples with the 16th pick of the NFL Draft. Basic information from NFLDraftScout.com: Height 6-6 Weight 284 lbs. Arm Length 33.25 inches Hand Length 10.25 inches   Combine Numbers 40 yard dash – 4.78 seconds Bench – 25 reps Vertical jump – 31.5 inches […]

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Raiders Want Clinkscales

by Chris Menn on April 24, 2012

On the verge of the draft, the Raiders are interested in hiring the Jets’ vice president of college scouting Joey Clinkscales. Clinkscales and current Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie were teammates at the University of Tennessee so they are familiar with each other unlike when Clinkscales was looking at St.Louis earlier this offseason for their GM […]

Jets 2012 Draft Picks

March 28, 2012
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Now that the NFL has announced compensatory picks there is a clear picture of where the Jets will be choosing in this year’s draft.  The team was recently awarded four additional picks under NFL compensation rules but these four picks may not be traded under any circumstances.  There are a total of 253 picks in this year’s draft, […]

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Jets Receive Four Additional Picks In This Year’s Draft

March 27, 2012
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With the 2012 NFL owners meetings underway in Palm Beach Florida compensatory picks for the upcoming draft has just been announced. Per the NFL, here’s how a team is awarded a compensatory pick: Under the rules for compensatory draft selections, a team losing more or better compensatory free agents than it acquires in the previous […]

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NFL Combine Analysis For Potential Jets: 2/28/12

February 29, 2012
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Here’s some current and follow up analysis from the NFL combine: Safety: Mark Barron (Alabama) – Widely considered the top safety available in the draft, he has good measurable, six feet one inch, 213 pounds.  Unfortunately Barron is recovering from surgery and was not able to participate in any of the on field activities.  He […]

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NFL Combine Analysis For Potential Jets: 2/27/12

February 27, 2012
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Here’s some more current and follow up analysis from the NFL combine: Defensive Linemen: Fletcher Cox (Mississippi State) – He is an athletic lineman who fits in either a 4-3 or 3-4 scheme.  Cox has good physical attributes, six feet four inches, 298 pounds with long arms (34 ½”).  He performed very well in drills, […]

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NFL Combine Analysis For Potential Jets: 02/26/12

February 26, 2012
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Here’s some current and follow up analysis from the NFL combine: Wide Receivers: Alshon Jeffery (South Carolina) – After having strong physical measurements, he raised some red flags, when deciding not to participate in any of the agility portion of the combine, for no particular reason.  This brings up questions about his speed and overall […]

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