Nothing gets your morning off on the right foot like hot coffee and reading material on the New York Jets. Here are some of the top bargain players they should target in free agency.
Make no mistake about it, an early morning is best intended to enjoy having a cup of hot coffee and some reading material on the New York Jets. Here are all the latest news and updates on Gang Green from some of the top sources on the internet.
New York Jets: 3 Potential Bargains To Target in NFL Free Agency by Stephen Smith (NFL Spin Zone)
The University of Oklahoma product is just 24 years old and has excellent speed. He averaged 17.3 yards per catch, including a 74-yard reception last year. His ability to burn teams deep with home run plays is a dimension the Jets have been sorely missing the last several seasons.
2017 NFL Mock Draft: Four Rounds to Kick-Off Free Agency by George Stockburger (NFL Mocks)
New York replaces Darrelle Revis with the best cornerback in this years class. While injuries may be a concern with Marshon Lattimore the Jets are more than confident in his ability to be a shut down cornerback with excellent ball skills.
Rumor: Jets Out of Mike Glennon Sweepstakes? by John B (Gang Green Nation)
Right now, however, signs seem to be pointing to the Jets not pursuing Glennon. With rumors flying that Glennon could be looking at a $15 million annual deal, it would be tough to blame them.
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New York Jets: 5 Big-Name 2017 Free Agent Targets by Nick Ziegler (Empire Writes Back)
Due to the great season, the price for Bennett will not be cheap. However, the Jets investing in a tight end makes a lot of sense considering how poor they have been at that position in recent years.
Jets’ future riding on GM Mike Maccagnan’s next quarterback decision by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
The Jets are in this predicament, in part, because Maccagnan reached for Hackenberg, who is no less a project than he was on draft day. If Hackenberg were a typical second-round pick, not one who spent his rookie year in bubble wrap, he’d be projected as the opening-day starter or at least in competition for the job.
Top Tweets from the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine by Ethan Greenberg (New York Jets)
Participants underwent a series of drills, displaying their athleticism and football skills before meeting with teams at night. Each organization was allowed to formally interview 60 prospects for 15 minutes each. Check out some of top highlights from what took place on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium.