Nothing goes better with a hot cup of coffee than some excellent reading material on the New York Jets.
Back in the day, grabbing your favorite newspaper and going through the sports section as your coffee cooled for a bit was the norm. Now, the best content is mostly found on the internet. As you enjoy your cup of coffee on this lovely Monday afternoon, here are the latest news and updates from across the internet on the New York Jets.
Boomer Esiason likes idea of Alex Smith playing for New York Jets by Nick Stavrakis (FanSided)
For those of you who are mightily confused, Smith is not a free agent and is still expected to be under center for KC in 2017. However, rumors have caught steam of late that Cowboys QB Tony Romo would like to play for Coach Andy Reid and the Chiefs.
Social Media Reaction to the End of Nick Mangold’s Jets Career by John B (Gang Green Nation)
Over the weekend, there was plenty of reaction to the end of Nick Mangold’s Jets career.
New York Jets: Boomer Esiason Advises Brandon Marshall to Leave by Nick Ziegler (Empire Writes Back)
While Marshall may or may not want to play for a winner, he is still under contract with the Jets. However, the Jets may decide to release him as well to create more cap space. Marshall still has some good football left in him, but it might not be with the Jets.
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- NY Jets should try to sign Kenny Golladay in free agency
New York Jets: Saying Goodbye to Nick Mangold by Alan Schechter (NFL Spin Zone)
This was the right move for the future and to help the on-field product, but that doesn’t mean that we as Jets fans are happy about it. From a sentimental standpoint, this is a tough one to stomach.
2017 NFL Draft: 5 First-Round Options for the New York Jets by Randy Gurzi (NFL Spin Zone)
The Jets have better defensive playmakers than Dallas and could do wonders for them by selecting a clock killer like Leonard Fournette out of LSU. The 230-pound back is a bruising runner who rushed for 3,830 yards and 40 touchdowns in three seasons for the Tigers.
Subtracting Sheldon Richardson would be addition for Jets’ D-line by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
The Jets have a ridiculous amount of money invested in the line, especially when you consider they play a 3-4 base front. Wilkerson, Richardson and Williams are counting a combined $31.2 million on the cap. It means close to 20 percent of the team’s resources is devoted to three players who play basically the same position.