Coffee with the New York Jets: 5/10 edition


Need to start your morning off right? Enjoy this edition featuring some great reading material on the New York Jets. Today covers some great articles on wide receiver Devin Smith saying he had a better catch than the famous one-handed reception Odell Beckham had, some insight on Day 2 of rookie training camp and some terrific insight on a press conference held by head coach Todd Bowles. Enjoy!

Jets rookie Devin Smith recalls his ‘Beckham catch,’ claims his was better by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Two years earlier, Smith made a similar catch for a Ohio State, a leaping, one-handed grab in the back of the end zone against Miami of Ohio. It was a 23-yard scoring pass from Braxton Miller, making Smith an instant YouTube sensation."

What we learned on Day 2 of New York Jets’ rookie camp by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"After a promising debut Friday, quarterback Bryce Petty struggled a bit, throwing one interception and a couple of near-picks. He wasn’t alone. The entire practice was sloppy, as Bowles noted afterward. This was typical of a rookie camp."

Todd Bowles’ Pressers: Five Impressions by Randy Lange (

"“We’re still in the early stages of building our team,” Bowles said recently. “But as the summer passes by and that game approaches, I’m sure we’ll get excited.”"

6 observations from Day 2 of Jets rookie minicamp, featuring Leonard Williams and Bryce Petty by Dom Cosentino (

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"Enunwa, a wide receiver taken last year in the sixth round who spent all of 2014 on the practice squad, caught pretty much everything thrown his way."

Jets may have big steal in snubbed LB from Mich. St. by George Willis (NY Post)

"“It gives me added motivation,” Jones said. “It makes me walk around with a huge chip on my shoulder knowing that I need to prove myself, knowing I can play at this level and knowing I can play a long time at this level. I have the confidence to compete each day.”"

‘Tremendous,’ speedy WR fights daunting history of Jets’ busts by Brian Costello (NY Post)

"He scored 12 touchdowns on 33 receptions and showed an uncanny knack for tracking the football. If Smith pans out, he could give the Jets a big-play dimension they have lacked for years at wide receiver."

Bryce Petty Is Latest to Board Jets’ Quarterback Carousel by Tom Pedulla (NY Times)

"As the Jets began a three-day minicamp for rookies on Friday, one of the major questions revolved around how well Petty would adjust to taking a significant number of snaps under center, something he did with the Bears only when they were in goal-line situations."

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