Coffee with the New York Jets: 5/7 edition
In something we will do on an everyday basis, TheJetPress.com is committed to giving fans of the New York Jets exactly what they need to get their morning off to a great start. We will cultivate all the great headlines from across the internet by the best publications that cover our beloved Jets. This edition has topics involving Muhammad Wilkerson, Tom Brady and news on the first draft pick the Jets have officially signed. Enjoy and make sure you get your coffee light and sweet!
Jets GM Mike Maccagnan says trading Mo Wilkerson ‘not part of our plans’ by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
"Maccagnan, pleasantly surprised that Williams fell to them with the sixth pick, said he didn’t consider the “big picture” before pulling the trigger — meaning the potential long-term implications for Wilkerson. He said Williams was too good to pass up."
Tom Brady whined about ball pressure during Pats-Jets game, per Wells report by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
"The long-anticipated Ted Wells report was released Wednesday, and there are 25 references to the Jets in the 243-page tome. The Jets’ role stems from last year’s Oct. 16 game at Foxborough, the Thursday night game in which the Jets outplayed the Patriots, but lost a heartbreaker, 27-25. Rex Ryan was so angry after the game that he punched a wall on the way to his news conference."
Maccagnan’s biggest challenge comes in Muhammad Wilkerson by Brian Costello (NY Post)
"“Right now, Muhammad is on our team and we’re not actively trying to shop Muhammad,” Maccagnan said Thursday night, “so at this point he’s part of us and obviously at some point in time we are going to talk to him and his agent and kind of proceed forward.”"
Maccagnan cleans house on Jets scouting staff after draft by Brian Costello (NY Post)
"Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan wasted no time beginning to reshape his personnel department after the draft."
Jets Sign Fifth-Round Choice Jarvis Harrison by Randy Lange (NewYorkJets.com)
"“I’m excited and I’m ready to play,” he said about being drafted by the Jets."
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