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New York Jets news, commentary and insider info from beat writer Kimberley A. Martin.
Turns out, the Jets may not only be interested in Michael Vick.
According to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, they're just one of the teams that has "inquired" about trading for DeSean Jackson.
It's been reported that the Eagles aren't necessarily shopping the 27-year-old receiver, but it's become increasingly clear that Philly is at least entertaining the idea. The Jets, meanwhile, are...Read more »
John Idzik never confirmed Michael Vick’s visit to Florham Park on Friday, but the Jets general manager didn’t deny it either.
Instead, Idzik highlighted Marty Mornhinweg’s extensive history with Vick during their time together in Philly.
“To answer your question in generalities – as you probably would predict,” Idzik said on a conference call Thursday afternoon, when asked specifically...Read more »
So much for a reunion between Rex Ryan and Antonio Cromartie.
Instead, the veteran cornerback has reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals, two sources confirmed to Newsday Thursday afternoon.
The Jets released Cromartie two days before the start of free agency in an effort to clear cap space. But while the cornerback held out hope that he would return...Read more »
The right side of the Jets' offensive line is now complete.
The team announced Wednesday afternoon that they have re-signed free-agent guard Willie Colon.
According to a source, Colon -- who turns 31 next month -- signed a one-year, $2 million deal.
While the Jets haven't made a splash in free agency, they have addressed two important holes -- right guard and tackle. They quickly...Read more »
Michael Vick is planning to vist the Jets this weekend, according to NJ.com.
The controversial quarterback remains the team's top choice, after losing out on fellow free agent Josh McCown. McCown was scheduled to visit the Bucs, Texans and then Jets last week -- but instead signed a two-year deal with Tampa Bay.
So far, the Jets' biggest free-agent acquisition has been wideout Eric Decker....Read more »
With Eric Decker as their biggest free-agency pickup so far, the Jets are hoping to add more weapons to their lackluster offense. And they've made it clear to Jacoby Ford that he's on their radar.
"Yes there's some interest from the Jets," the free-agent wide receiver told ESPN's Josina Anderson. "I would say they're the team showing the most interest in me. Right now we're still in the exploration...Read more »
Last week, a source told Newsday the Jets were "definitely in the safety market." Well, it turns out Ryan Clark is on their radar.
The free-agent, who visited with the Redskins recently, told USA TODAY Sports that the Jets and Ravens have also expressed interest.
“We’re just dealing right now,” the longtime Steeler told the paper. “We’ve got some interest from the Ravens, the Jets. We’re...Read more »
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie had his choice of two New York teams.
And the Jets weren't his final answer.
The former Broncos cornerback agreed to a five-year, $35-million deal with the Giants Monday, according to multiple reports. And as a result, Rex Ryan and the Jets have even fewer options for their No. 1 cornerback spot.
The team released veteran Antonio Cromartie prior to free...Read more »
Jets general manager John Idzik was one of several NFL executives on hand at Louisville’s Pro Day to see quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.
At least six NFL head coaches were in attendance Monday to see Bridgewater, who could potentially be the top overall pick in May.
He’s considered by some experts to be the most NFL-ready quarterback of this year’s draft class. But there’s at least one...Read more »
The Jets recently agreed on a five-year deal with former Bronco Eric Decker. But general manager John Idzik still hopes to add another free-agent receiver.
A source confirmed to Newsday that the Jets are also interested in former Seahawks wideout Sidney Rice.
Seattle was forced to release the receiver -- and his hefty $8.5 million salary -- in order to address other roster moves....Read more »