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As the New York Jets head into the offseason, it’s always great to stay informed about the latest news while enjoying your favorite cup of coffee. Here are all the latest news and updates from the best sources across the internet.
New York Jets: Reviewing the 2013 NFL Draft Class by Alan Schechter (NFL Spin Zone)
He was out until November and he was unable to earn the favor of his head coach. Milliner was released in September 2016. For a player that didn’t even finish out his rookie contract, the grade is clear.
Mock Draft: Trades and Wildcards Shake Up The Draft Early by Sam Beckenstein (NFL Mocks)
Wildcard. The Jets have a lot of holes to fill, and seeing Mike McCagnan’s strategy of drafting the best player available this pick makes sense. People can be skeptical of Tim Williams’ abilities because of Saban’s usage of him in a limited pass rushing role, but Williams is a complete player who’s capable of playing three downs.
Matt Forte Had a Low Rate of Big Runs for the Jets in 2016 by John B (Gang Green Nation)
I looked at the percentage of rushes that resulted in gains of 10 yards or more. I didn’t just pick 10 because it was a round number either. A 10 yard run was bigger than approximately 90% of all rushes so these were the difference-making runs.
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McShay Mocks Lattimore to Jets in Latest Mock by David Wyatt (Gang Green Nation)
Earlier in the draft process, the popular pick for the Jets was Leonard Fournette, the exceptionally talented running back from LSU. Recently the trend has been towards Marshon Lattimore of Ohio State, and I’m seeing more and more mocks slotting him in to the Jets at number 6.
Jets re-hire former Seahawks offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates as quarterbacks coach by Manish Mehta (New York Daily News)
He spent one season as the Seahawks’ offensive coordinator under Carroll and had two stints as the quarterback coach for the Broncos and Bears. Bates worked closely with Jay Cutler, who will likely hit the open market this offseason once the Bears release him.
Jets dust off journeyman coach to be needed QB whisperer by Brian Costello (New York Post)
Bates, 40, replaces Kevin Patullo, who was fired after the season. Bates will now be charged with developing Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg, the Jets’ two young quarterbacks, and whomever else the Jets bring in this offseason.