Coffee with the New York Jets: Dakota Dozier at center?


Grab a hot cup of coffee and enjoy some fine reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on what team in the AFC East should have the best pass rush this upcoming season, why wide receiver DeVier Posey doesn’t hold anything against his former team and some interesting comments by Brandon Marshall in regards to his former quarterback in Jay Cutler. Enjoy!

AFC East Q&A: Who has the best pass rush? by Mike Rodak (ESPN)

"I think the Jets will overtake the Bills for most sacks in the division. The Jets replaced one pressure-oriented coach (Rex Ryan) with another ( ), so they will be just as aggressive as they were last season, perhaps more so. Todd Bowles"

DeVier Posey Has No Ill-Will Towards Texans by P.D. Starr (

"The Texans informed Posey prior to the 2015 NFL Draft that they would find a better spot for him on another team while they overhauled the wide receiver group. There seems to be no ill-will for Posey leaving Houston to continue his career with the New York Jets."

Mailbag: What does Sheldon Richardson’s marijuana suspension mean for Jets? by Dom Cosentino (

"The good news for the Jets is that they’re plenty deep on the defensive line, especially after drafting Williams. While Douzable has been the plug-in backup defensive lineman for the past two years, it’s clear that Richardson’s absence will put a bigger spotlight on Williams, who looked good during spring practices."

LOOK: Brandon Marshall lists best teammates ever, doesn’t list Jay Cutler by John Breech (CBS Sports)

"Cutler and Marshall played together for six seasons — three in Denver and three in Chicago — but apparently, they weren’t able to build the teammate connection in those six years that Simms and Marshall built during only one season together in Denver (2009) or the one that Marshall and Pennington built during one season in Miami (2010)."

Why Jets guard Dakota Dozier is getting practice reps at center by Dom Cosentino (

"Dozier knows he isn’t going to win the starting center job. That belongs to 31-year-old , who has held the position ever since the Jets drafted him in 2006. Mangold has missed just three career games.  Nick Mangold"

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