Enjoy your afternoon cup of coffee with the latest updates on the New York Jets. Gang Green has officially cut wide receiver, Brandon Marshall.
Drinking coffee and reading go rather well together. In this case, the New York Jets continue to dominate the headlines with their offseason purge of popular players. It’s an unfortunate side of the business but at the end of the day, it needs to be done to ensure a better future for Gang Green.
Once-dominant Brandon Marshall no longer a fit in Jets’ culture by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
The Jets will have a young team in 2017, and probably a young quarterback. It would have been a tough position for Marshall, not to mention those around him. His dominant personality can rub people the wrong way, as it did at times last season.
Jets coach Todd Bowles insists he’s ‘not afraid of the unknown’ by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
The New York Jets are in a full-blown rebuilding mode, putting Bowles in a precarious position. With a pre-free agency/pre-draft roster that screams 4-12, it looks like he’s being cast as the setup man for the next coach.
Six Takeaways From Bowles’ Presser in Indy by Ethan Greenberg (New York Jets)
“We just need to play smarter and more disciplined,” he said. “That’s the biggest thing. It’s not a quality to add. I think we have to add the right people to take over the team and to make this their team and add those qualities themselves. The coaches will try to emulate that and make sure we put that forward.”
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Jets planning to cut WR Brandon Marshall, could Eric Decker be next? by Manish Mehta & John Healy (New York Daily News)
Also do not be surprised if Eric Decker, who is rehabbing from hip and shoulder surgeries, is also cut this offseason if/when he passes his physical, a source says.
New York Jets: 5 Quarterback Options in 2017 NFL Free Agency by Nick Ziegler (Empire Writes Back)
While Hoyer would certainly be a capable backup if the Jets went with one of the young quarterbacks, he would also be able to give them a push in training camp. With neither Petty or Hackenberg being given the starting job, pushing the young players with a guy like Hoyer would be a good move.
Report: Jets to Tender Marcus Williams by John B (Gang Green Nation)
After a successful season as a depth piece in 2015, the Jets asked Williams to step into a more prominent role for 2016. It didn’t go all that well, but this is still a move that makes sense for the Jets.