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Dec 6, 2015; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan before a game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
Dec 6, 2015; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan before a game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
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Get all the latest news from across the internet about the New York Jets while enjoying your cup of coffee.

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.

Jets Mock Drafts: A Look at No. 6 by New York Jets

“Watson is a polarizing player in the scouting community, dazzling with his dual-threat ability but throwing 28 interceptions over the past two seasons, most in the FBS. His undeniably impressive track record of playing his best under the bright lights could be more valued on Broadway than elsewhere.”

Gruden: Morton Will Bring a Lot to the Jets by Eric Allen (New York Jets)

“He and David Shaw, who now is the head coach at Stanford, were up and coming guys. All he did was study protections, route combinations, coverage beaters and individual drills to help his receivers get better,” said Gruden of Morton. “He helped me tremendously, self-scouting the opponents, coming up with new formations to run the same play from. Creative mind, he took advantage of some great people that were not only on the Raiders staff but in New Orleans, San Francisco. He’s prepared himself well.”

Time approaching for Jets to make decision on mystery linebacker by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

Henderson hasn’t returned multiple calls and messages seeking comment. There was no activity on his Twitter account from last October, around the time he left the team, until January. In January, he responded to a follower’s question about what happened, saying, “Long story. I’ll tell you guys about 1 day. But all is well on my end.”

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Jets offseason primer: Figuring out the future at QB by Jeff Smith (Fan Rag Sports)

The first order of business is going to be figuring out how the Jets want to address the quarterback position. They are over the salary cap as of this very moment, but that will likely change. Even still, trying to sign a quarterback in free agency won’t be easy, unless it’s someone who’s fairly inexpensive.

Tony Romo will have monster ripple effect on NFL Draft by Cameron DaSilva (Fox Sports/New York Post)

The Jets would be extremely interesting. Should they sign Romo and somehow fit him under the cap, a number of things would happen. They likely would move on from Bryce Petty or Christian Hackenberg – probably the former – opening up the possibility Petty lands with a team in need of a quarterback.

Jets Free Agency Preview: Offensive Line by Eric Allen (New York Jets)

With Carpenter and Winters locked up, the Jets aren’t in need for a front-line player at guard. Teams targeting that position might a look at the likes of Kevin Zeitler (Cincinnati Bengals), T.J. Lang (Green Bay Packers) and Larry Warford (Detroit Lions).

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