Coffee with the New York Jets: 5/11 edition


It’s always good to get your morning started right with some great reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, enjoy some articles on Geno Smith, Brandon Marshall and why head coach Todd Bowles went with offensive Chan Gailey over anyone else. Make sure to get your coffee light and sweet!

Sunday notes: Geno Smith, Brandon Marshall try the buddy system by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Marshall is living with Smith near the Jets’ facility, giving them a chance to bond over Xs and Os. Marshall plans to stay until late June, when he moves into his own place."

Why Todd Bowles chose Chan Gailey as Jets’ offensive coordinator by Dom Cosentino (

"Bowles likes that Gailey places emphasis on trying to run the ball as much he throws it. But the decision to hire Gailey was about much more than that."

Mailbag: What is Muhammad Wilkerson’s future with Jets? by Dom Cosentino (

"Wilkerson is under contract for this year, and the league’s collective bargaining agreement mandates that he be fined $30,000 per day if he were to hold out in training camp, plus one week’s regular-season pay for any preseason games missed."

Jets’ Petty won’t back down from critics, ‘system QB’ label by Dennis Waszak Jr. (

"“He throws the ball pretty good,” coach Todd Bowles said during the Jets’ rookie minicamp. “He’s got a quick release. He’s got a nice touch, the same things he showed in college.”"

Jets receiver Devin Smith insists he is more than just a deep threat: ‘I know how good I am’ by Darryl Slater (

"What they needed was a deep threat to stretch the field and make defenses play more honest coverages against that trio. Smith could give the Jets that threat."

Next: Todd Bowles: Balanced approach will yield results

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