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Jets Reportedly Come to Terms With TE CJ Uzomah on three-year $24 Million Deal

Jets GM Joe Douglas continues to address the team’s biggest needs via free agency by signing Bengals free agent tight

Schefter: Berrios Staying put, Gang Green Keeps key Slot Receiver

Braxton Berrios is staying put.  After much speculation suggesting the Jets would lose one of Zach Wilson’s favorite targets in

Report: Jets Agree to Terms With Guard Laken Tomlinson

Jets fans hoping for the team to make a splash signing on day one of free agency got their wish

Jets Retain Fullback Nick Bawden, Agree to 1-Year Deal

With the free agency legal tampering period just hours away, Joe Douglas and the Jets have retained one of their

Mekhi Becton Does not Care What you Think, Jets Pass on Amari Cooper and Free Agency Preview Free agency is about to kick off and Jets fans are buzzing.  On this week’s episode, we discuss Mekhi

Several Potential Jets Draft Targets Open Plenty of Eyes in Indy

The NFL combine wrapped up what was an electric event and it seemed just about every day had multiple players

Douglas Says Jets set to Pick up Year 5 Option on Quinnen Williams

With the offseason about to truly go in to full swing, the Jets will have lots of decisions to make

JetNation Prospect Profile: Georgia Linebacker Nakobe Dean

While fantasy football fanatics everywhere are hoping Joe Douglas and the New York Jets will draft offense, offense and more

The Draft Network Talks Draft with JetNation Radio

With the Senior Bowl behind us and the combine still to come, NFL draft talk is only going to be

Pass Rushers in the Spotlight Following Strong Showing at Senior Bowl

With the 4th and 10th overall picks in the upcoming NFL draft, the Senior Bowl had to have been a

Saleh Says Becton not Guaranteed to Play Left Tackle Next Season

The Jets have officially put Mekhi Becton on notice.  If the big man wants to play left tackle in 2022,

Draft Prospect Profile: Penn State Edge Rusher Could Fill Huge Need for Gang Green

While fans of the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams anxiously await the two teams meeting to be crowned kings