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Stage I [Jets fail to spend $200 million in the first six hours of free agency; JN blows out its collective diaper]: COMPLETE Stage II [Jets sign a bunch of second- and third-tier FAs; JN begins

Joe Thuney and Corey Linsley is *not* a one or the other proposition for the Jets. If Thuney were to accept the Jets offer, they would still be interested in Linsley 👀 

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Through the first 10 games of the 2019 season with Roethlisberger sidelined, Smith-Schuster was clearly ahead of both Johnson and Washington on the pecking order, before injuries sidelined Smith-Schuster as well. Back in 2018, even with Antonio Brown rostered, Smith-Schuster saw an equal share of opportunity with Brown, posting 166 targets and 1,426 yards. Smith-Schuster was the titular WR1 of this offense, even though his mold was that of a dominant big slot option who thrived in the middle of the field: over the past two seasons, he’s run more than 60% of his routes from that alignment, and in 2018, he was top 20 in Yards/Route Run from the slot, per PFF. Sure-handed across the middle, he posted a catch rate over 60% in each of the last two seasons. He had a modest, but still competitive depth of target (8.7 targeted air yards in 2018, 9.6 in 2019) and in both seasons was a high-performing YAC king, adding over an extra yard/target in YAC than the expected measure given his target distribution. 

This year? He’s taken 80% of his snaps from the slot, his depth of target has dropped all the way to 5.9 intended air yards, and he’s producing YAC just at expectation.

To be a WR1 in name, to produce like a WR1 from the slot, you have to catch everything, regularly produce big plays with your own YAC ability, and still see targets down the field to boot. That’s how you generate first downs, explosives, and yes, even touchdowns. But this year, besides still catching everything, the explosives aren’t there for Smith-Schuster. He’s cordoned off to the slot more now than ever, with Johnson serving as a movable Z receiver and Claypool and Washington dominating the outside snaps. No Pittsburgh receiver has seen a smaller percentage of his passing attempts come deep down the field than Smith-Schuster, while Claypool enjoys 20-plus air yards on 33% of his targets through the first six games of the season.

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10 minutes ago, Jets4Life1979 said:

Report: A trade that has been discussed. #49ers and #Jets a swap of first-round picks #Jets late-round pick Sam Darnold to SF and a future 2nd rd pick

That was just taken from Dane Brugler's mock draft. Idk why they're going around like it's something real. But it's the offseason.

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19 minutes ago, Jets4Life1979 said:

Report: A trade that has been discussed. #49ers and #Jets a swap of first-round picks #Jets late-round pick Sam Darnold to SF and a future 2nd rd pick

Hell no to this 

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1 hour ago, Jets4Life1979 said:

Report: A trade that has been discussed. #49ers and #Jets a swap of first-round picks #Jets late-round pick Sam Darnold to SF and a future 2nd rd pick

This needs clarity. Wtf is the trade actually supposed to be? 

Darnold+23rd for a 2nd? 

Darnold+23rd for 12th+future 2nd?

Why in the hell would we ever give up more in this trade?

Darnold for 12th+future second makes some sense sense if that's what they were indicating. 

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1 hour ago, Jetsfan80 said:

Yep.  JuJu is a slot receiver.  And the track record of ex-Steeler WRs isn't great.  Stay far, far away from JuJu Smith-Schuster.  He's going to be a massive free agent disappointment for whoever signs him.

If we had a #1 wr and wanted an upgrade af #2 I'd look at him. That's really it. 

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15 minutes ago, JTJet said:

This needs clarity. Wtf is the trade actually supposed to be? 

Darnold+23rd for a 2nd? 

Darnold+23rd for 12th+future 2nd?

Why in the hell would we ever give up more in this trade?

Darnold for 12th+future second makes some sense sense if that's what they were indicating. 

The report was going off a trade Dan Brugler had in his mock draft. 

 

New York Jets receive:
2021 first-round pick (No. 12 overall)
2022 second-round pick

San Francisco 49ers receive:
2021 first-round pick (No. 23 overall)
QB Sam Darnold

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37 minutes ago, Marshmello said:

The report was going off a trade Dan Brugler had in his mock draft. 

 

New York Jets receive:
2021 first-round pick (No. 12 overall)
2022 second-round pick

San Francisco 49ers receive:
2021 first-round pick (No. 23 overall)
QB Sam Darnold

Do it JD and get us Watson already 

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1 hour ago, JTJet said:

This needs clarity. Wtf is the trade actually supposed to be? 

Darnold+23rd for a 2nd? 

Darnold+23rd for 12th+future 2nd?

Why in the hell would we ever give up more in this trade?

Darnold for 12th+future second makes some sense sense if that's what they were indicating. 

Darnold for 12 + a future second would be like getting two firsts and two thirds for Jamal Adams.

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OFFSEASON PLANS

Projected cap space: $67.5 million

Soon-to-be unrestricted free agents: S Marcus Maye, CB Brian Poole, WR Breshad Perriman, S Bradley McDougald

Potential cuts: WR Jamison Crowder (saves $10.4 million in 2021)

Team needs: QB, CB, WR, EDGE

Players to target/prioritize to re-sign: WR Allen Robinson II, S Marcus Maye, CB Brian Poole, CB Richard Sherman, CB Jason Verrett, EDGE Shaq Barrett

There is a light at the end of a dark tunnel for the New York Jets. Their offense has been among the worst in the NFL for well over a decade now, but there is a prime opportunity for them to flip the script this offseason thanks to a plethora of cap space and premium draft capital. As long as they get rid of Sam Darnold, they have a win-win scenario at quarterback. They can either trade for Deshaun Watson or select Zach Wilson of BYU No. 2 overall. Regardless of what the plan of action ends up being, they will need to go out this offseason and secure a true WR1. Throwing whatever they can at either Allen Robinson, the NFL’s third-most valuable wide receiver of 2020, or Kenny Golladay, who tied for the most deep catches in 2019 prior to an injury-plagued 2020, along with a new quarterback would surely dig themselves out of the hole they have been in:

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New head coach Robert Saleh will need an upgraded secondary. The Jets fielded the third-lowest-graded coverage unit of the 2020 season. Impending free agents Marcus Maye and Brian Poole were the only two bright spots. Over the last two years, Maye is fourth among all safeties in coverage grade while Poole is seventh among slot corners. Retaining those two should be a priority. For the outside starting spots,  perhaps a reunion with impending 49ers free agents Richard Sherman and Jason Verrett could be in the cards. Those two had a lot of success in Saleh’s defense in San Francisco and would be immediate upgrades.

Early-Round Fit: Zach Wilson, BYU

Later-Round Fit: No

Another situation where it just doesn’t make sense to go quarterback anywhere other than No. 2 overall. Get your man early, then give him some weapons.

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5 hours ago, Jets4Life1979 said:

Report: A trade that has been discussed. #49ers and #Jets a swap of first-round picks #Jets late-round pick Sam Darnold to SF and a future 2nd rd pick

This doesn’t make any sense.

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I’ll prob get killed for this, but if we could lock him up to a non crazy deal (12-13mm range) for multiple years - I’d love to sign JuJu. If you sign him I’d assume we cut crowder so his net cost would be 2-3mm for the next 2 years. If we used our pick at 23 on a guy like Kadarius Toney, or also signed a guy like Curtis Samuel - you’d have a legit 3 headed attack with Mims threatening down the sidelines, Samuel/toney as your gadget receiver, and smith schuster creating mismatches in and out of the slot. Could also bump Samuel to the backfield and have Berrios run the slot with Juju out wide. Juju is a clown I agree but bc he is a clown he may be had for less than his market would be otherwise and I don’t think he’s a cancer like a TO. Plus he is insanely young and the incremental cost difference btwn him and crowder is negligible. 

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4 hours ago, Marshmello said:

The report was going off a trade Dan Brugler had in his mock draft. 

 

New York Jets receive:
2021 first-round pick (No. 12 overall)
2022 second-round pick

San Francisco 49ers receive:
2021 first-round pick (No. 23 overall)
QB Sam Darnold

I thought it was sam + 23 and a 2022 2 for 12.  If it’s this way, I think I’m into that.

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4 hours ago, Marshmello said:

The report was going off a trade Dan Brugler had in his mock draft. 

 

New York Jets receive:
2021 first-round pick (No. 12 overall)
2022 second-round pick

San Francisco 49ers receive:
2021 first-round pick (No. 23 overall)
QB Sam Darnold

This would be a no brainer, move up 11 spots and get a 2nd for next year?! 

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Jets’ Sam Darnold trade rumors: At least 2 teams ‘in the mix’

Updated 9:03 AM; Today 9:00 AM 
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The New York Jets might trade quarterback Sam Darnold.Andrew Mills | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

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It’s looking more and more like Sam Darnold’s future is not with the New York Jets.

Pro Football Network’s Tony Pauline reports “Sources tell me they feel it’s a real possibility the Indianapolis Colts end up with Darnold. Yet, the 49ers will also be in the mix.”

Pauline also reports the latest buzz “is more the result of teams inquiring about Darnold rather than the Jets actively shopping their 2018 first-round pick.”

The Colts are an interesting team to watch. They have a ton of cap space and need a new quarterback following the retirement of Philip Rivers. In addition, Eagles legend Ron Jaworski reports the Colts have offered the Eagles -- at least -- a pair of draft picks for quarterback Carson Wentz.

 

As for the Jets, here are the options for general manager Joe Douglas:

 

1. Keep Darnold and use the No. 2 pick overall in the 2021 NFL Draft to build around the QB, with Oregon offensive tackle Penei Sewell and Alabama’s Heisman Trophy-winning wide receiver DeVonta Smith as top options.

2. Keep Darnold and trade the No. 2 pick to move down the draft board and stockpile selections.

 

3. Trade Darnold and use the No. 2 pick on a quarterback, with Ohio State’s Justin Fields and BYU’s Zach Wilson the top options (assuming the Jacksonville Jaguars select Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence at No. 1).

 

4. Trade for disgruntled Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson and include Darnold in the deal.

 

5. Trade for Watson and find a side deal for Darnold.

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I’m actually getting excited for FA and the offseason......we’re the apex predators this time with our cap space and teams being squeezed due to the shrinking cap...also we have a well respected FO and coaching staff....honestly think we’ll make out great this offseason

 

Someone talk me out of this please! 

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Just now, carlito1171 said:

I’m actually getting excited for FA and the offseason......we’re the apex predators this time with our cap space and teams being squeezed due to the shrinking cap...also we have a well respected FO and coaching staff....honestly think we’ll make out great this offseason

 

Someone talk me out of this please! 

We almost always win the off season. 

52 years and counting.........

Expect nothing positive and never be disappointed.

Hope that helps. 

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2 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

We almost always win the off season. 

52 years and counting.........

Expect nothing positive and never be disappointed.

Hope that helps. 

Thanks!

Almost forgot that we’re the Jets for a second 

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5 free agent wide receivers the Jets should avoid

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February 12, 2021 7:45 am

Important decisions lie ahead for Joe Douglas with free agency and the NFL draft nearing.

After spending the first part of the offseason finding New York’s next head coach, Douglas’ focus now shifts to putting together a competitive roster for Robert Saleh to work with. A major step in accomplishing that feat would be to address the wide receiver position, which was lacking in a lot of areas throughout 2020.

Last offseason’s free agent wide receiver class was thin, but that is far from the case this offseason. With names like Allen Robinson and JuJu Smith-Schuster set to hit the open market, there is no shortage of quality options for the Jets to pick from.

There are also a handful of free agent wideouts that New York would be wise to steer clear of. Let’s take a look at five of them.

T.Y. Hilton

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Once one of the most dangerous deep threats in football, T.Y. Hilton’s production has trailed off in recent years. He has eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark only once since 2017 and has not caught more than 60 passes the last two seasons.

The 31-year-old’s yards per reception numbers are also down, indicating that he has likely lost a step or two. The days of Hilton taking the top off opposing defenses with ease seem to be over and the window on his status as a No. 1 wide receiver has closed. Hilton could very well still have some good football left in him, but the Jets need to go younger at the position this offseason.

A.J. Green

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Like Hilton, Green is on the back nine of his career and it is evident in his production. The once-prolific Green caught only 47 passes for 523 yards and two touchdowns in 2020, effectively serving as the Bengals’ No. 3 option behind Tyler Boyd and rookie Tee Higgins, who overtook Green midseason.

Injuries are also a major concern with the 32-year-old. He was limited to nine games in 2018 due to a toe injury and missed all of 2019 after tearing ligaments in his ankle during the preseason. Green’s best days are behind him and the Jets need an influx of young talent at wide receiver. The seven-time pro bowler wouldn’t do much to help New York in 2021.

Keelan Cole

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Cole experienced a breakout season with the Jaguars in 2020, catching 55 passes for 642 yards and five touchdowns. One would think that makes him a wideout the Jets might be interested in, but that shouldn’t be the case.

Cole’s skill set is comparable to Jamison Crowder’s. New York needs a threat on the outside and Cole does his best work lined up in the slot and running short and intermediate routes. Yes, Crowder is only under contract for one more season, but why add another slot receiver to the mix when the need for a downfield threat is glaring?

The 28-year-old wouldn’t be a bad second wave of free agency depth signing, but the Jets have bigger fish to fry this offseason. Douglas and company would be best served looking elsewhere for their splashy wide receiver addition.

 

Willie Snead

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Willie Snead burst onto the scene with the Saints in 2015 and for a while, it looked like he had the skillset to become one of football’s most prolific possession receivers.

Things haven’t turned out that way, though, as the 28-year-old has never been able to replicate his performance in New Orleans sans a solid 2018 season with the Ravens, in which he caught 62 passes for 651 yards and a touchdown. Snead has struggled since his first year in Baltimore, hauling in only 31 passes for 339 yards and five touchdowns in 2019 and 33 passes for 432 yards and three touchdowns in 2020.

Snead isn’t much of a deep threat, nor is he adept at making defenders miss in space and racking up yards after the catch. That makes him a receiver that doesn’t have much business playing in Mike LaFleur’s offense next season.

 

Antonio Brown

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The list of reasons the Jets should have absolutely no interest in Antonio Brown this offseason is endless.

Between his age (33) and checkered past, Brown just doesn’t make sense for New York. Robert Saleh is trying to change the culture at One Jets Drive and Brown is not the kind of player that would fare well in the locker room on a rebuilding team. He showed he can still produce with the Buccaneers last season, but adding him to a young team that still has a long way to go before contending wouldn’t be a good idea.

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NFL insider sets price tag for Jets’ Sam Darnold | ‘Hot commodity’ on trade market

Updated 3:16 PM; Today 3:06 PM 
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The Jets could get two high draft picks if they decide to trade quarterback Sam Darnold.Andrew Mills | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

 

With each day that passes, speculation grows that Sam Darnold will be traded. Or that he could be the Jetsquarterback for the next 15 years. In the latest rumor, Darnold could be traded.

If the Jets decide to go in that direction and trade Darnold, they could receive a few more high draft picks. NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport was on the “Pat McAfee Show” Friday and spoke about the Jets quarterback situation.

Having missed time because of injuries and a case of mononucleosis, Rapoport said that the Jets are still probably evaluating Darnold and how he could fit in new offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur’s game plan.

 

“What they’re trying to do is they’re trying to figure out does his upside match with someone they could draft,” Rapoport said. “My guess is they end up trading him because you can’t pass up a quarterback who would be the second-best quarterback. They’ll probably be able to get a late one or an early two for him, and I think he’s going to be a hot commodity in the trade market if that does happen.”

 

Darnold played in 12 games last season, throwing for 2,208 yards, nine touchdowns, and 11 interceptions. Darnold also completed 59.6% of his passes. Holding the second overall pick in this year’s draft, the Jets have the chance to hit the reset button and start with a new quarterback, such as Ohio State’s Justin Fields or BYU’s Zach Wilson.

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2. New York Jets: Zach Wilson (QB, BYU)

Moment of truth for GM Joe Douglas. His best play would be parlaying his bounty of premium draft picks, at least three of his four No. 1’s this year and next to land Deshaun Watson. In the meantime, if he and new coach Robert Saleh are not sold on staying with Sam Darnold, they should publicly rave about him in an attempt to jack up his value so some quarterback-desperate franchise would be willing to fork over a late first-rounder. As long as they fall in love with one of the quarterbacks not named Trevor Lawrence. We’ll stick here with the fearless gunslinger who is more accurate than Darnold. And if you can reset the quarterback financial clock, you do it if all things are equal.

   

 

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On 1/27/2021 at 8:50 AM, Untouchable said:

I don’t want any of these dudes besides Robinson, and even then I’d probably prefer to pay Curtis Samuel $12 million a year over paying Robinson $20 million a year.

Thuney, Hendrickson, Samuel

Those are the 3 guys we should make our top targets. Maybe throw in Linsley as well. After that, go bargain shopping until the draft.

I love those 3 targets as well. Although I think odds of getting Hendrickson are low. Thuney and Samuel maybe, but they would be high priced FAs. I would not mind bringing in Sherman. I know it wouldn't be a long term solution and may take reps away from some of the younger players but I think he could make a huge difference in the overall improvement of the secondary and development of the young CBs and even A. Davis.

I also have no issue with Saleh bringing in a fairly low-priced Leo who he is familiar with like Blair or D.Ford to plug into his system.  

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Top Potential Landing Spots for Edge-Rusher Shaq Barrett in 2021 NFL Free Agency

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Shaquil Barrett might become the highest-paid non-quarterback free agent this offseason.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers star and two-time Super Bowl champion is the ultimate example of an NFL player who bet on himself and succeeded. Just two offseasons ago, Barrett signed a one-year deal worth $4 million with the Bucs and broke out with 19.5 sacks, which helped him earn a $15.8 million franchise tag for 2020.

One Lombardi Trophy later (he won his first with the Denver Broncos in 2015), Barrett will be one of the stars of free agency. He was again an elite performer this season, posting eight sacks, 24 hurries and 42 pressures.

Barrett, appearing on SiriusXM's Mad Dog Sports Radio with Adam Schein, said it best about a long-term contract (h/t ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio): "I feel like it's time for me to break the bank now, and I most definitely want to do that to be able to set my family up better and most definitely going to keep producing so it's not like anything is going to fall off. I still think I got a lot left in the tank. I'm still getting better, actually."

The list of teams interested in Barrett figures to be long because pressure is king for defenses in the modern NFL and a 28-year-old well-versed in that area doesn't often slip to market. Team need and cap space or the creativity to free up enough room were big factors in compiling this list of potential landing spots.

 
 

New York Jets

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On the rebuilders front, much of the same logic applies to the New York Jets.

Having come over from the San Francisco 49ers, new head coach Robert Saleh knows the value of players who can create pressure. As the Niners' defensive coordinator for the last four years, he worked with talented edge-rushers such as Nick Bosa.

Barrett is one of the NFL's best in that department.

The Jets managed 31 sacks last year, but only Quinnen Williams (seven) had more than 3.5, meaning the team lacked a critical edge presence like the one Barrett could provide.

Like Jacksonville, New York might have to overpay Barrett with some of its $75.5 million in free cap space. He would not only become a foundational building block, however, but also free up the second pick to be used elsewhere. Ditto that for the 23rd pick and three others in the first three rounds.

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On 2/11/2021 at 8:49 PM, Jets4Life1979 said:

Report: A trade that has been discussed. #49ers and #Jets a swap of first-round picks #Jets late-round pick Sam Darnold to SF and a future 2nd rd pick

Why don’t we just throw in Q, No 23 and next years No 1 as well??......good lord that’s about as diabolically stupid a trade as it’s possible to imagine. Especially as we have supposedly “ multiple teams enquiring about Darnold”  I’d sooner keep him as our back up QB and draft Fields or Wilson at 2

EDIT: ahhh just seen the subsequent replies on this thread that we would actually move up from 23 to 12 AND get a 2nd rounder in 22....in which case, maybe

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Ex-Jet Steve McLendon talks winning a Super Bowl with Tom Brady, Todd Bowles

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February 14, 2021 11:01 am

Steve McLendon fulfilled his dream last Sunday, becoming a Super Bowl Champion.

After stops in Pittsburgh and New York, McLendon won the big game with a quarterback he tried to stop his whole career: Tom Brady. In an interview with SNY’s Jeane Coakley, McLendon said he and Brady reminisced about playing against one another in the AFC when the defensive tackle was first traded to Tampa Bay midseason.

McLendon told Brady that he had been “chasing him for years.” Brady admitted that McLendon got him a couple of times and then told his new teammate that it was time for them to go win a championship together.

They did just that.

“When he said let’s go win a championship together, I was ready to run through a wall,” McLendon said.

The trade to Tampa Bay also allowed McLendon to reunite with his former head coach in New York, Todd Bowles. The Buccaneers’ defensive coordinator also played an instrumental role in making McLendon a champion.

Bowles’ unit held Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs to just nine points in Super Bowl LV. Tampa Bay won the game by 22 points, thanks in large part to Brady and Bowles.

McLendon believes that Bowles deserves another opportunity as a head coach. He praised the level of preparation that Bowles and his staff put in in the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl.

“I don’t think any coach could’ve done a better job than what he did,” McLendon said. “It was so easy for us to play on Sunday because of everything (Bowles and his staff) had showed us over the past two weeks.”

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On 1/27/2021 at 12:38 PM, joewilly12 said:
Player Pos. 2020 Team 2021 Team Type Snaps Age Current APY Guarantees
Breshad Perriman WR Jets   UFA 65.8% 28 $6,500,000 $6,000,000
Brian Poole CB Jets   UFA 42.3% 29 $5,000,000 $4,500,000
Bradley McDougald S Jets   UFA 38.0% 31 $4,500,000 $5,500,000
Jordan Jenkins EDGE Jets   UFA 46.4% 27 $3,750,000 $3,250,000
Patrick Onwuasor LB Jets   UFA 0.0% 29 $2,000,000 $2,000,000
Neville Hewitt LB Jets   UFA 99.2% 28 $2,000,000 $1,000,000
Marcus Maye S Jets   UFA 99.9% 28 $1,638,503 $4,134,462
Joe Flacco QB Jets   UFA 25.3% 36 $1,500,000 $550,000
Matthias Farley S Jets   UFA 17.5% 29 $1,290,000 $0
Frank Gore RB Jets   UFA 38.4% 38 $1,050,000 $200,000
Daniel Brown TE Jets   UFA 2.8% 29 $960,000 $0
Pat Elflein RG Jets   UFA 41.9% 27 $936,960 $936,840
Josh Andrews C Jets   UFA 31.4% 30 $910,000 $0
Bryce Hager LB Jets   UFA 12.0% 29 $910,000 $0
Arthur Maulet CB Jets   UFA 35.5% 28 $875,000 $175,000
Trevon Coley DT Jets   UFA 17.3% 27 $825,000 $0
Ross Travis TE Jets   UFA 0.3% 28 $825,000 $0
Tarell Basham EDGE Jets   UFA 64.4% 27 $808,878 $835,856
Frankie Luvu LB Jets   RFA 22.6% 25 $750,000 $0
Josh Adams RB Jets   RFA 7.6% 25 $750,000 $0
Bennett Jackson CB Jets   UFA 0.0% 30 $675,000 $0
Vyncint Smith WR Jets   RFA 5.1% 25 $615,000 $0
Harvey Langi LB Jets   RFA 45.0% 29 $615,000 $0
Kyron Brown CB Jets   ERFA 0.0% 25 $540,000 $0
Jeff Smith WR Jets   ERFA 32.2% 24 $540,000 $0

26 free agents on the NY Jets roster. 

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