Coffee with the New York Jets: 5/6 edition


Need to get your morning off to a good note? Take a look at some of the best articles on the New York Jets from some of the best publications the world has to offer. Make sure to grab a hot cup of coffee and enjoy reading about Gang Green!

New York Jets’ rookie pool projection: $6.6 million for six picks by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"The six-man draft class will eat up $4 million in actual cap space. You subtract $2.6 million (the $435,000 minimum salary multiplied by six picks) from the $6.6 million pool, because these rookies will be replacing other minimum-salary players in the top 51."

Jets draft pick Bryce Petty a smart cookie, and he’ll have to be by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Of course, a book-smart quarterback doesn’t always translate success on the field. Otherwise, former Jet Greg McElroy (score: 43) would be in the middle of a Pro Bowl career."

New York Jets’ draft produces winners and, yes, a few losers by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"The addition of Leonard Williams hurts Wilkerson’s negotiating leverage. In the long run, he’ll be just fine because he’ll get a long-term contract from somebody, but the chances of securing a new deal before the season are greatly diminished."

5 New York Jets Veterans Now on Roster Bubble Following Draft by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)

"Did you ever think you’d call the wide receiver spot a strength for the Jets? Probably not. The Jets certainly didn’t think so when they signed T.J. Graham to their roster last year, but now that they’ve reinforced the depth chart at the position, it may be time to part ways with the undersized vet."

Breaking Down the New York Jets Roster After 2015 NFL Draft by Aidan Mackie (Bleacher Report)

"Ryan Fitzpatrick is a smart veteran who has performed well with the Texas and Bills in the last few seasons, and he has a realistic chance to beat out Smith in an open competition this summer, but he hardly possesses the arm talent and upside of the third-year quarterback."

An In-Depth Look at the New York Jets’ Most Intriguing Selection, Bryce Petty by Aidan Mackie (Bleacher Report)

"Petty burst onto the scene as a junior, becoming one of the most prolific passers in the country. He threw for 4,200 yards and 32 touchdowns while tossing just three interceptions in 13 games."

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