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  1. On this episode of our NY Jets Podcast, JetNation Radio, Dylan and Alex begin the Senior Bowl watch discussion. Alex has three players of interest to keep an eye on and Dylan will provide a deep dive from his notes on the upcoming practice week and game on February 5th. Don’t forget, Dylan will be at the Senior Bowl covering the practices live. They will also discuss some rumors that have been circulating in the front office and review some of the most expensive contracts on the Jets roster. Tune in for hot takes and NFL prospects as JetNation officially begins its offseason! We would like
  2. With the Jets’ season coming to an end, and another year added to the NFL’s longest playoff drought, the focus in Florham Park shifts to the offseason. For many fans, the offseason is the “meat and potatoes” of the Jets season, as they get to brainstorm a variety of ways to acquire both veteran and rookie talent in Free Agency and the NFL Draft. Currently possessing 4 selections in the top 38 picks of the 2022 NFL Draft, New York is in a prime position to bolster a roster that was the youngest in the league last season. Luckily for Joe Douglas & Co. they will get the chance to see several
  3. Getting excited for the NFL draft is nothing new to NFL fans across the league and for GM’s who get their moment to shine. A chance to prove their worth as talent evaluators when stacked up against all of their peers. But for Jets fans and the team’s front office, this particular draft is different. In fact, it’s unlike any draft the Jets have had in the history of their franchise. A chance for Joe Douglas to get things turned around in a hurry. The three reasons why? Player Access: For the first time since 1979, the Jets will have their staff coaching the Senior Bowl. This means that r
  4. Every week we do an hour long NY Jets podcast called JetNation Radio. It is hosted by Dylan Tereman and Alex Varallo and in the last episode they do a full recap the 2021 season. Follow this link to listen to and find information on JetNation Radio. This video below is a shorter version of the show. We extracted the good news on the Senior Bowl and that is what is included in this video. Dylan announced that he will be covering the Senior Bowl for JetNation, we were able to obtain media credentials. Check out the video below for more information, including an update on a live show that week.
  5. Green Bay Packers (13-4) Last Week: 1 The Packers reward for gaining the top seed in the NFC is a visit from the sky-high San Francisco 49ers. The strength of the NFC means that there were not going to be any easy matchups, but the Niners are a particularly difficult draw right now. San Francisco features the type of power running game that gives the Packers issues on defense. These teams played in week three with the Packers edging the Niners 30-28 in San Francisco. Prediction: San Francisco 27 Green Bay 24 Kansas City Chiefs (12-5) Last Week: 2 The Chiefs took a little while to get
  6. The Jets have signed former Dallas Cowboy Bradlee Anae to a future/reserve contract according to the team’s twitter account after Anae wasn’t retained by the ‘Boys. We've signed DL Bradlee Anae to a reserve/future contract. — New York Jets (@nyjets) January 19, 2022 A pass rushing edge defender out of Utah, Anae never saw much of the field in two seasons with Dallas where he would play just 56 snaps in two pro seasons. While at Utah, Anae put together enough decent film to get drafted in the fifth round of the 2020 draft after racking up 27.5 sacks in college. Edge rusher Bradley Anae
  7. On this episode of JetNation Radio, Dylan Tereman and Alex Varallo recap the 2021 season. Tune in for a deep dive on the highs and low of the season along with the top free agents. Dylan also shares some special news as he will be covering the Senior Bowl with media credentials. Listen in to learn more about what is planned including a live show from the Senior Bowl. We would like to thank our sponsor Mile Social for their support. You can find them at Milesocial.com. Our NY Jets Podcast can now be found on Spotify and Amazon Music. Also, be sure to subscribe to us on iTunes or Google Pl
  8. The Senior Bowl’s official account has released its list of offensive linemen set to be coached by Gang Green this February in Mobile and there are a few names that stand out. One more so than the others. Minnesota left tackle Danile Faalele is probably one of the only human beings on the planet whose size rivals that of Jets current tackle Mekhi Becton. Listed at 6′ 9” 390 pounds, Faalele is going to be a massive right tackle for somebody. If it were to be with Becton and the Jets, the pair would be pushing 800 lbs of human being at left tackle. OFFENSIVE LINE Roster of OL for the Natio
  9. As somebody who has spent much of this season defending Jets left tackle Mekhi Becton and his conditioning, it’s time to acknowledge the fact that there’s too much smoke for there not to be any fire. While most of the whispers regarding Becton’s fitness came after Robert Saleh said during the pre-season that Becton has to take better care of himself, he didn’t specifically say it was in regards to his weight. While that would have been the “logical conclusion”, there was both photo and video evidence to the contrary. Take for example this clip posted by Becton just a couple of weeks before
  10. Good news, Jets fans. , the official twitter account for the Reese’s Senior Bowl has been tweeting out different position groups as rosters are being assembled and the Jets clearly got what they wanted when it came to the tight end position. Defender blocking McBride's line of sight but Trey just doesn't care. Still makes the play. Jets get an up close look at a very good group. https://t.co/rk8oRxw8sy pic.twitter.com/T2ljUvDG5M — Glenn Naughton (@AceFan23) January 15, 2022 In dire need of help at the position, the Jets will get a look at Colorado State’s Trey McBride, Wisconsin’s
  11. With the NFL regular season having just wrapped up, it looks like Robert Saleh and his coaching staff won’t have much time to decompress. The Jets coaching staff was tabbed to coach at this year’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama a few weeks from now. As Saleh and company pack their bags, let’s take a look at a list of players the’ll likely show significant interest in. CB Roger McCreary, Auburn: The top corner for Auburn, McCreary had some impressive reps against Alabama earlier this season and is a projected day 1 pick. With a need at corner and trading down with one of their first-round p
  12. Green Bay Packers (13-4) Last Week: 1 The Packers played their first team on Sunday but with little to inspire them, they dropped their season finale. It doesn’t mean much; Green Bay enters the playoffs as the favorite to win not only the NFC but the Super Bowl. They are the most complete team with the fewest major questions as the post season kicks off. Unless Covid gets them, it’s hard to imagine anyone in the NFC wining in Green Bay in the playoffs. Round 1 Prediction: Bye Kansas City Chiefs (12-5) Last Week: 3 The Chiefs have injury concerns as the playoffs begin. Losing home fie
  13. Breakdown & Rebuild: The New York Jets Plans for the 2022 Season With a 4-13 record, the New York Jets have missed the postseason for the 11th season in a row. The 2021 season was their sixth straight losing season. Things have never been worse, and the Jets fans have started running out of patience. The Jets have a young roster, and Robert Saleh started the most rookies in the league. That means the Jets can still get out of this situation and make something for themselves in the next season. The team finished at the bottom of their division; they are 14th in the AFC conference,
  14. The NY Jets announced that they have signed 10 players to reserve/future contracts. The team website explains this as being contracts for players not on the active roster so they don’t go into effect until the 1st day of the new league year, March 16. Many familiar names on this list, here are the players bio’s. K Matt Ammendola (5-9, 195) Ammendola signed with the Green & White on July 30 and was the team’s kicker through the first 11 games before he was released this past Saturday. He made 68.4% of his field-goal attempts (13 of 19) with a long of 49 and 93.3% of his extra-point att
  15. In the coming months, Joe Douglas and the Jets will have plenty of opportunities to improve their 53-man roster through free agency, the draft and of course trades. Before all of that gets under way, Douglas has some in-house decisions to make in terms of who to keep, who to cut and who to possibly extend. Here’s a look at a few names that should be a focal point in the near future. LT George Fant: There’s no denying just how good Fant was this season at left tackle for the Jets. Per PFF, he surrendered just one sack 18 pressures on over 500 pass block reps. Because of Fant’s stellar pla
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