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The New York Jets have made a few roster moves releasing safety Eric Smith, linebacker Calvin Pace, offensive lineman Jason Smith, linebacker Bart Scott along with waiving h-back Josh Baker who spent last season on injured-reserved. Jets announce LB Bart Scott has been released. — New York Jets (@nyjets) February 19, 2013 The moves free […]

The New York Jets have announced that their roster now stands at 74 players.  They had to be at 75 players before 4pm today.  The next roster cut down date is on Friday, August 31st by 9pm (EST).  The roster must be set to 53 players by that time. The biggest name on this list […]

Jets TE/FB Josh Baker sustained a season ending knee injury in last night’s preseason game with the Carolina Panthers: The Daily News has learned that TE Josh Baker is believed to have suffered at least a torn right ACL that will sideline him for the season. Baker is having a MRI on Monday morning to […]

The Jets lost to the Carolina Panthers tonight 17-12, and they still haven’t scored any touchdowns, but there are positives to take away from this game. This is the kind of game most fans expected last week, where the team looked better than in its first preseason game. Instead, there was almost nothing positive to […]

The Jets had their first practice in pads today and that meant bad news for the offense.  Several reports said both Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow each finished the day 1 for 7 passing.  Although it should be noted that the primary focus early in practice was on the running game. Jenny Vrentas (NJ.com) said […]

2012 Training Camp Preview: Offense

July 27, 2012
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By Dennis Agapito and Ron Pickett – (Link Defense) (Link Special Teams) Teams are allowed to carry 90 players into training camp but only 53 make the final roster. They will fill the eight member practice squad with developmental or emergency call-up players. Any candidate for the practice squad will have to clear waivers first […]

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Should The Jets Pick-Up Tight End George Bryan

June 25, 2012
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With the Jets and new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano determined to get back to a run heavy offense a good blocking tight end is essential.  Starting tight end Dustin Keller has been a reliable pass catcher but his ability to block is a known weakness.  Jeff Cumberland is the only other true tight end on […]

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“Jets West” Is Back As Sanchez Will Host Private Workouts

June 4, 2012
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The “Jets West” camp is back.  Manish Mehta of The New York Daily News is reporting that quarterback Mark Sanchez, as he’s done in the past, invited members of the offense to voluntary practice in Southern California between mini-camp (June 12-14) and training camp (late July).  Santonio Holmes, Sanchez and other Jets players attended “Jets […]

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Five UDFA To Watch At Jets Rookie Camp

May 2, 2012
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Just because the 2012 NFL draft is over doesn’t mean there are no more potential players left to fill the roster.  The Jets have signed 10 undrafted free agents and invited another 23 to participate in their rookie camp.  The following is an analysis of five players to watch, who not only could make the […]

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Jets Re-sign Aaron Maybin to Active Roster

September 28, 2011
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As per the NY Daily News, the NY Jets have re-signed Aarom Maybin.  The former first round draft pick was waived by the Buffalo Bills during training camp and the Jets brought him in for a look. So Rex Ryan wasn’t through with him: Aaron Maybin re-signed with Jets. http://twitter.com/#!/AdamSchefter The Jets have also promoted […]

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