By Glenn Naughton In one of the more surprising moves among today's cuts, the Jets are reportedly parting ways with tight end Zach Sudfeld. https://twitter.com/Connor_J_Hughes/status/772088111237099520 Arguably the least talented group on the roster, Sudfeld release could mean tight end Jace Amaro is safe.
By Glenn Naughton The New York Jets wrapped up a weekend of practices following their pre-season opening win against the Jacksonville Jaguars and while it was business as usual for the most part, there were a few noteworthy developments. During Saturday's session, a big hit from safety Rontez Miles to running back Romar Morris left [...]
By Glenn Naughton Heading in to the 2016 NFL season, the New York Jets have a huge hole in their offense at the tight end position, and at 6' 7'' 253 pounds, Gang Green is hoping that their patience with the oversized, yet oft-injured, Zach Sudfeld will pay off in helping fill that hole. [...]
After re-signing Erin Henderson the Jets wasted little time by adding middle linebacker Bruce Carter to the mix. Carter has agreed to terms on a one-year deal believed to be around the veteran minimum. Carter joins David Harris and Erin Henderson at the middle linebacker position, and will be a candidate for sub [...]
Performance-based pay is extra money doled out to players who's playing time is disproportionate to their current contract. The money is taken from a fund given to each team. Each team is given roughly $3.8 million to distribute to players. The system aims to reward up-and-coming players who have high snap counts, but [...]
By Glenn Naughton Whether or not the New York Jets re-sign last season's franchise record-setting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, it wouldn't come as a shock to anyone if General Manager Mike Maccagnan selects a quarterback at some point during the NFL draft. Barring a tag-and-trade deal of defensive Muhammad Wilkerson, the Jets are unlikely to see [...]
The Jets have lost three of their last four games, officially hitting a mid-season slump. The Thursday night game against the Bills was one in which the offense forgot to show up until late in the third quarter. It was an ugly showing from the offense who turned the ball over in three [...]
Over 10,000 fans made the trip to MetLife Stadium to watch the Green and White practice. Geno Smith got off to a slow start and heard it from the crowd, garnering boos after a fumble and a near interception. Geno picked up the pace ending the night with 10 out of 13 passes completed and [...]