Teddy Bridgewater offers a variety of different outcomes for the New York Jets, with very little risk included. It's a win-win scenario for everyone. Quart...
by: Albert Breer May 24, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 2h
A look at the why and how behind the league’s controversial new policy, and what looks to be an early and obvious mistake. Plus, notes from around the league on Kirk Cousins’ start in Minnesota, Ryan Tannehill’s return, Zack Martin’s upcoming and likely..
by: Zach Kruse — USA Today: Packers Wire 3h
If veteran defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson helps the Green Bay Packers improve significantly on defense in 2018, credit quarterback Aaron Rodgers with the big assist. Asked about the biggest f…
by: N/A — SNY: The Jets Blog 8h
When the Jets drafted QB Sam Darnold, it appeared inevitable that their former second-rounder, QB Christian Hackenberg, was the odd man out with four quarterbacks on the roster.
by: FOX — Fox 5 Atlanta 8h
The New York Jets say they will pay any fines and not penalize players if they violate a new NFL policy to stand or stay in the locker room during "The Star-Spangled Banner."
by: William Cochrane — Fansided: The J-E-T Press 10h
The New York Jets have officially began organized team activities as they decided to trade Christian Hackenberg to the Oakland Raiders for a draft pick and...
by: MANISH MEHTA — NY Daily News 13h
Jets CEO and Chairman Christopher Johnson will continue to help players raise awareness on social issues.
by: Andy Vasquez, Staff Writer, @andy_vasquez — North Jersey 13h
The Jets jumped into the deep end of offseason workouts Tuesday with the start of organized team activities.
by: Bob Glauber email@example.com @BobGlauber May 23, 2018 2:21 PM — Newsday 14h
Christopher Johnson says his Jets players can take a knee or perform another type of protest without fear of repercussion from the team.
by: Henry McKenna — The Big Lead 14h
Rid of the Christian Hackenberg Mistake, the Jets Finally Have a Coherent Plan At QB
by: Brian Costello — New York Post 15h
The Jets began OTAs on Tuesday and then made a major transaction when they traded quarterback Christian Hackenberg to the Raiders later in the day. Here are some thoughts and observations from the
by: The Associated Press — Tribune-Review 16h
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Christian Hackenberg spent his final day with the New York Jets much as he did in his first two seasons. As ...
AFC North offseason grades: Steelers get C+ after not filling biggest need, Browns get A - CBSSports.com
by: Ryan Wilson — CBS Sports 19h
Could this be the year Cleveland finishes with a .500 or better record for the first time since 2007?