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The New York Jets on Wednesday addressed two of their thinnest positions.
The draft could present the best option to get another running back to go with Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell.
Kyle Wilson's expected departure means the Jets have no players remaining from their 2008 to 2010 drafts.
ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini says new coach Todd Bowles isn’t straying from what worked so successfully when he was the Cardinals’ defensive coordinator -- and that includes relying on press-man corners like Antonio Cromartie.
We found 32 mock drafts in March, and the overwhelming choice for the Jets at No. 6 is a certain Heisman Trophy-winning passer from Oregon.
The New York Jets' contingent attended Florida State's pro day, where it scouted a player that won't be available when they pick -- QB Jameis Winston.
Team will conduct training camp this summer at its year-round facility in Florham Park, New Jersey, joining a leaguewide trend.
Rich Cimini looks at possible penalties that the New York Jets might receive for tampering with Darrelle Revis.
Based on ESPN's Todd McShay's latest mock draft, the New York Jets would have to trade up to select QB Marcus Mariota.
Rodney Harrison is not a fan of Geno Smith, and when you look at the numbers it's hard to shoot holes in his stance on the New York Jets quarterback.
A look at what's happening with the New York Jets:1. Here we go again: In my opinion, Todd Bowles is sending a mixed message with his stance on the quarterback situation.
Let's pump the brakes a bit, plus questions about what the Jets would do at No. 1, Quinton Coples and more.
NBC studio analyst Rodney Harrison doesn't think much of the New York Jets' headline-making offseason.
Will the Jets trade up in the draft to take Marcus Mariota?
The New York Jets' brass are heading to the University of Oregon to work out quarterback Marcus Mariota.