Grab an iced coffee and enjoy some fine reading material on the New York Jets from across the internet. In this edition, articles on if Jeremy Kerley will make the final roster, the kind of impact fans can expect out of Leonard Williams and an overall look at the preseason for the Jets. Enjoy!
Jets’ Todd Bowles offers non-committal answer about Jeremy Kerley’s roster status, but … by Daryl Slater (NJ.com)
"“We’ll have those decisions [Friday], and we’ll make those decisions [Thursday night after the preseason finale],” Bowles said. “We’ve got a bunch of good receivers, so we’re going to take a look at them.”"
Leonard Williams’ size can help him make even bigger impact with Jets by Manish Mehta (New York Daily News)
"“I definitely want to be one of the best at my position,” Williams told the Daily News. “I think everyone feels the same way or they wouldn’t be here every day trying to work toward that. Hopefully one day I’ll be remembered as one of the greatest to play D-line.”"
New York Jets Were Wise to Add Matt Flynn as Insurance at Quarterback by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)
"Flynn was 10-of-14 passing for 136 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. His 18-yard strike to wide receiver Chris in the first quarter put the Jets up by a touchdown, and his to running back Stacy turned into a 5-yard catch-and-run that resulted in an 11-point Jets lead in the second quarter. Owusu checkdown Zac"
"“We’ve got some tough decisions to make tonight and when we know, you’ll know,” said head coach following his team’s 24-18 win over the Eagles. Todd Bowles"
Examining the Jets’ ups and downs from a tumultuous preseason by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
"There was no downfield passing attack with Fitzpatrick at quarterback. His longest completion was 30 yards, and that was a catch and run by . Fitzpatrick took some deep shots, especially against the New York Giants, but there were no long-distance connections. Brandon Marshall"
To save money, Jets could take quarterback gamble on final roster by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
"The Jets face an interesting decision, and it’s not just a – decision. If one of them is on the opening-day roster, the Jets are on the hook for their entire salary — $870,000 for Flynn, $745,000 for Johnson. That’s because they’re both vested veterans. Matt Flynn Josh Johnson"
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