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  1. So many Jets fans are on edge, waiting for the draft to finally get here. We all know that the draft kicks off on Thursday April 29th. That is when, barring any unforseen changes, Zach Wilson will become the next QB of the Jets. What will they do with the next two picks, those are the million dollar questions that are being discussed in our Jets forum. While we wait for those answers, the NFL has sent out this press release with more information about the draft, including how to watch on TV as well as how you can register to attend. 2021 NFL DRAFT NIGHT ONE FESTIVITIES TO KICK OFF IN CLEVEL
  2. On this week’s episode of JetNation Radio, Glenn Naughton and Alex Varallo take a closer look at what the Jets options are with the 23rd pick in the upcoming draft as quarterback is a foregone conclusion with the 2nd overall pick in the first round. In our NY Jets Podcast, the guys will also wrap up their top players at each position that they started last week while also discussing the Jets options at running back. 5:58 Jaelan Phillips 19:15 Eric Stokes 32:07 Walker Little A big thank you to the official sponsor of JetNation Radio, MILE Social. If you’re a business owner, MILE Social wi
  3. Sam Darnold has finally been traded and that is topic number one this week on our NY Jets Podcast. On this week’s episode of JetNation radio, Glenn, Alex and Dylan will discuss the: Sam Darnold being traded to the Carolina Panthers Top three ranked players at each position in the draft Top three at each position (based on how they would fit with Gang Green). Joe Douglas met with reporters to discuss the Darnold deal and we take a look at what he said. He may have tipped his hand in which way the Jets are leaning with the second overall pick. Our Podcast can now be found on Spotify and Am
  4. The NY Jets have traded Sam Darnold to the Carolina Panthers. This ends Sam’s time with the team after three seasons. When the Jets traded up to trade for Sam the hopes were much higher than 45 TDs and 39 INTs, but that is where it ends for Sam and the Jets. Todd Bowles, Adam Gase, no weapons and a very disappointing 3rd season. The past can’t be rewritten but the Jets will be moving forward without Sam. All signs point to Zach Wilson being selected with the 2nd pick in the upcoming draft. This week Greenbean is in Williamsburg, Virginia and he discusses the Jets moving on from Sam Darnold.
  5. Joe Douglas looked like the cat that ate the canary. Sitting down for a zoom press conference with Jets beat writers, Douglas was asked about a recent quote from Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young who said that Douglas and the Jets were already committed to BYU quarterback Zach Wilson with the second pick in the draft. What did Joe Douglas think when ESPN analyst/Hall of Fame QB Steve Young reported the Jets are "committed" to taking BYU QB Zach Wilson at No. 2? Said the Jets GM: “Steve's plugged in to BYU pretty well. …” pic.twitter.com/uzKaIAOyFL — Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoSNY) A
  6. There is no exact science that allows us to determine just how much of the New York Jets’ putrid offense in recent years was down to quarterback Sam Darnold and how much of it fell on the coaches and the talent around him. Darnold certainly wasn’t without blame, but there is absolutely no denying just how little support he received since he arrived in New York. First and foremost, Darnold’s development was left in the hands of a bunch of coaches who one could argue don’t belong inside an NFL stadium without a ticket. In his first season as a pro, Darnold was turned over to Jeremy Bates, an
  7. After months of speculation, the New York Jets have finally traded former first-round draft choice Sam Darnold, the quarterback who just a few seasons ago was supposed to be the savior for a much maligned franchise. Official terms of the deal. pic.twitter.com/CgQKltrAwV — New York Jets (@nyjets) April 5, 2021 Darnold moves on to Carolina in exchange for three draft choices. It’s a sixth-rounder this season to go along with a second-round pick and a fourth-round choice in next year’s draft. The deal, coupled with last year’s blockbuster involving safety/linebacker Jamal Adams and sendin
  8. On this week’s episode of JetNation Radio, Glenn Naughton, Alex Varallo and Dylan Tereman are joined by Emory Hunt of Football Game Plan to cover some of their favorite players in this year’s class along with their mock draft version 2.0. We’ll also provide updates on free agency with a full roundup of this week’s news regarding Gang Green. Zach Wilson, Justin Fields both completed their pro days and they both stood out. What are the Jets going to do with the 2nd pick overall? Listen to our NY Jets Podcast and tell us what you think. Our Podcast can now be found on Spotify and Amazon Musi
  9. It is official, the NFL has announced that the regular season is being expanded to 17 games. The pre-season will be shortened to 3 games. The Jets will play the Eagles at home this year, the dates will be released in April. That usually happens before the draft. Here is the press release explaining everything from the league. ENHANCED SCHEDULE INCLUDES ADDITIONAL INTERCONFERENCE MATCHUP, THREE PRESEASON GAMES ALL 32 TEAMS TO PLAY INTERNATIONALLY AT LEAST ONCE IN EIGHT-YEAR PERIOD BEGINNING IN 2022 NFL clubs today approved at a virtual league meeting an enhanced season structure that beginni
  10. GreenBean is on the road again and this week he is in Mrytle Beach, South Carolina. The topic he is discussing this week was inspired by Integrity28 in the JetNation forums. The thread is about, “the art of the one-year deal”. What is it with Joe Douglas and these one-year contracts? No long term deals, no home grown guys extended yet. The risk of missing on a player with a long term guaranteed contract is well documented, Trumaine Johnson. Use your cap, develop your rookies, but at the end of the year you aren’t locked in to players that aren’t part of the long term solution. This keeps a he
  11. On this week’s episode of our NY Jets Podcast – JetNation Radio, Alex Varallo will cover the 2nd wave of Free Agent signings. Dan Feeney is here as an offensive lineman, and let’s hope this is a depth signing. He shouldn’t be counted on to be a starter. Juju back to the Steelers, does that mean Jamison Crowder is safe? A few moves on the defensive line as the Jets seek scheme fits for Robert Saleh’s defense. Tevin Coleman is here and he knows the system from his time with the 49ers. Vinny Curry is a depth piece at defensive end. Did Joe Douglas sign the right players? Did he pay too much or
  12. The NY Jets added some experience to the roster on Wednesday with the additions of running back Tevin Coleman and defensive end Vinny Curry. Jets signed former 49ers' RB Tevin Coleman to a one-year deal worth up to $2 million deal, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 24, 2021 The move reunites Coleman with offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur. In 6 NFL seasons Coleman has rushed for 2,937 yards and 24 touchdowns. He also has 1,224 receiving yards and 12 touchdown receptions. Coleman joins a Jets roster that currently has these running backs La’Mical Perine, Josh Adams and Ty
  13. When you’re one of the NFL’s doormat franchises that hasn’t made the playoffs in a decade, it becomes a yearly exercise. Fans will review their favorite team’s roster during the offseason in search of any players who may have may have been overlooked in the previous season, but may steal a key role in the next time they take the field. There are a few players who fit that description with Gang Green, so let’s take a look. OG Cam Clark: Clark was injured for much of his rookie year but failed to see the field even when healthy. Taken in the fourth round (129th overall) of the 2020 draft,
  14. 2021 Draft Activities to Take Place Around FirstEnergy Stadium, Including Free Fan Event Select Prospects, Fans, Legends, Commissioner Goodell, Media and Networks On-Site in Cleveland Following COVID Protocols CLEVELAND [March 22, 2021] – The NFL announced today that the 86th annual NFL Draft will take place April 29-May 1 across iconic downtown Cleveland locations, including FirstEnergy Stadium, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Great Lakes Science Center. A select number of prospects will take the stage in Cleveland while fans, media, NFL Network, ESPN and ABC crews will also be on
  15. In looking at the way the New York Jets have handed free agency thus far, it’s abundantly clear that Joe Douglas and company are looking to the not-so-distant past in hopes of finding elite talent that has performed well, but hasn’t peaked. That’s where Robert Saleh and his coaching staff will be put under the microscope. In signing wide receiver Corey Davis, defensive lineman Sheldon Rankins and linebacker Jarrad Davis, the Jets have added three players who were all taken in the first round of each of their draft classes, going 5th, 12th and 21st respectively. Each player has performed at
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