UCLA OLB Akeem Ayers, a popular mock-draft choice for the Jets in the first round, headlined a group of six prospects that visited Wednesday with the team at their Florham Park facility, the Jets announced.
No surprises among the group; their arrivals
The Jets will open their doors for college prospects visits this week and it promises to get off to a big start today. That’s because a pair of highly rated defensive linemen — Baylor DT Phil Taylor (Video Highlights), a 6’3”, 334-pounder, and Temple DL Muhammad Wilkerson (Video Highlights), a 6’4”, 315-pounder — will be at the Atlantic Health Jets
SANCHEZ TO BEGIN THROWING Sanchez, who will remain in Southern California until the lockout ends, is back into his training regimen and is working with his longtime trainer Todd Norman. “It feels good,” he said of his shoulder. “I just needed some rest. It’s been active rest, I haven’t really taken too much time off. I’m getting back into shape
This is a weird draft, there’s no other way to say it. From top to bottom this draft is just weird. It all starts with the CBA negotiations. The NFL is having a scouting combine and a draft and they don’t even know if they will play football next season. How will that affect team’s drafting strategy? The NFL teams
When will it end? When will Rex Ryan finally end the drought vs Peyton Manning? Only time will tell but for now the Jets have gotten better in a years time. Last year the Jets were trying to find their way while making a late great playoff push that took them to the AFC championship game. A rookie QB and
Quiet confidence isn’t the first attribute that comes to mind when thinking of an NFL wide receiver’s personality — but it is the most accurate way to describe how Jerricho Cotchery carries himself. Secure in his steps and sapient in his speech, the seven-year veteran rarely hesitates to echo the brazen bravado more characteristic of head coach Rex Ryan. Cotchery