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  1. By Brian Costello May 2, 2013 | 12:52am New Jets general manager John Idzik has begun making some changes to the scouting department now that the NFL Draft is over. The Jets will not renew the contracts of assistant director of college scouting Michael Davis and area scout Joe Bommarito, according to multiple sources. Davis had been with the Jets for 16 years, the last five as assistant director of college scouting. He is also responsible for scouting the Southeast, including SEC and ACC schools. Bommarito had been with the Jets for 12 years and was responsible for the West Coast. The two technically still work for the Jets until the end of the month when their contracts will expire. Published: May 15, 2013 at 08:24 a.m. If it wasn't already clear, New York Jets general manager John Idzik has the juice in the organization. Rex Ryan's role appears diminished publicly when it comes to personnel decisions, and Idzik continues to re-make the front office. NFL.com's Albert Breer reported Wednesday morning that the contracts were not renewed for assistant general manager Scott Cohen and director of football administration Ari Nissim, according to a source. Cohen was former GM Mike Tannenbaum's right-hand man. Nissim handled many of the Jets' contracts. Several scouts also were let go. Breer notes that the post-draft shakeup was expected. Idzik is clearing room for space in the front office for guys who share his vision for an organization. The logical next question: Will Idzik clear room to find a head coach after the season? UPDATE: USA Today's Mike Garafolo reported Wednesday morning that former Arizona Cardinals general manager Rod Graves will join the Jets' front office. His official role under Idzik is unclear, and the team has not confirmed it.
  2. Pretty sure Idzik made some changes w/scouts after his 1st yr.. Don't forget the Jets & Texans Dir of College Scouting basically were traded for one another after this past draft..Gaine wanted the Jets guy and Mcc took the outgoing Texans guy...FYI Hogan and Ballard were buddies from their scouting days w/the Bears May 11, 2018 The Jets just lost their college scouting director, Matt Bazirgan, to the Texans. Bazirgan will be Houston's director of player personnel. Now, the Texans' ex-college scouting director, Jon Carr, is coming to the Jets, to take that same job, filling the the vacancy left by Bazirgan's departure, according to the Houston Chronicle. The Texans revamped their front office under new general manager Brian Gaine, a former Jets scout. Gaine hired Patriots national scout James Liipfert to be his college scouting director, which meant Carr was out of a job. He quickly found a landing spot with the Jets, who are on their third college scouting director in as many years. Last offseason, Rex Hogan left for a better job with the Colts -- vice president of player personnel. Hogan was one of Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan's initial hires in 2015. Bazirgan replaced Hogan last year as the Jets' college scouting director. Maccagnan has an extensive background in scouting. He was the Texans' college scouting director, from 2011-14, before the Jets gave him their general manager job. Carr was promoted to college scouting director in Houston after Maccagnan left for the Jets. In the three years before that, Carr was a national college scout with the Texans. So this is not the first time he has worked under Maccagnan.
  3. define solid... Middleton, technically Luvu, Qvale, Sterling was signed off Jax (or maybe it was KCs) PS
  4. PS DOES count against the cap
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    Rishard Matthew works out for Sam's team

    Dan Duggan‏ @DDuggan21 The Giants signed WR Corey Coleman to the practice squad, per source. He had a workout yesterday.
  6. yesterday... TRANSACTIONS DATE PLAYER POS TRANSACTION Oct 17, 2018 De'Angelo Sr. Henderson RB pract. squad del Oct 17, 2018 Dieugot Joseph T pract. squad add http://www.nfl.com/teams/newyorkjets/transactions?team=NYJ
  7. I always thought that if a team drafted 2-3 quality players it was considered a successful draft... Keep in mind UDFA make up a greater % of rosters than close to 5th-7th rounders combined A search has several articles that have a similar breakdown 25 Percent of Super Bowl LII Active Rosters Made up of Undrafted Free Agents One quarter of the players in Super Bowl LII went undrafted into the NFL. https://herosports.com/nfl/25-percent-super-bowl-lii-active-rosters-undrafted-free-agents-byby https://www.forbes.com/sites/prishe/2015/05/22/tracking-nfl-draft-efficiency-how-contingent-is-success-to-draft-position/#207c77d67495
  8. New York Jets‏ @nyjets We have added RB De’Angelo Henderson to the practice squad and placed LB Harvey Langi on practice squad IR.
  9. New York Jets @nyjets We have added RB De’Angelo Henderson to the practice squad and placed LB Harvey Langi on practice squad IR.
  10. Dennis Waszak Jr.‏Verified account @DWAZ73 JJ Wilcox’s locker is still fully intact in #Jets’ locker room. It sometimes takes a few days to clear out, but with Maye down and the secondary hurting ...
  11. Dennis Waszak Jr.‏Verified account @DWAZ73 JJ Wilcox’s locker is still fully intact in #Jets’ locker room. It sometimes takes a few days to clear out, but with Maye down and the secondary hurting ...
  12. Manish Mehta‏ @MMehtaNYDN #Jets are re-signing OT Dieugot Joseph to the practice squad. Had a workout yesterday w/Miami Howard Balzer‏ @HBalzer721 20h20 hours ago Dolphins tryouts: DEs Will Clarke, Alec James; DTs Winston Craig, Lewis Neal, DeShawn Williams (signed to PS); Ts Tony Garcia, Dieugot Joseph, Corey Robinson.
  13. As info..PS does count against a teams cap.. Is this gross mismanagement of funds, or some impressive forward thinking from the Jets front office? Considering the fact that it’s less than $2 million against salary cap, it’s more likely to be the latter of the two. https://www.jetnation.com/2018/10/16/new-york-jets-doling-out-extra-dollars-to-retain-prospects/ To protect players from leaving for other teams, or because they really like the potential of a given player, some teams pay their practice squad players more than the minimum. There is no limit to how much a team can pay a player on the practice squad and practice squad contracts do count against the salary cap. https://www.cincyjungle.com/2018/9/1/17808772/nfl-practice-squad-2018-eligibility-pay-rules-changing-teams-what-to-know
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    Jets Weekly Workouts

    Howard Balzer (@HBalzer721) 10/16/18, 6:14 PM Jets tryouts: WRs Corey Coleman, J.J. Jones, Rishard Matthews; S Charlie Miller; Ts Derek Newton, Toby Weathersby; RBs Donnel Pumphrey, Ralph Webb; C Jon Toth.

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