On Saturday afternoon, United States President Donald Trump held a call with the commissioners of the major US sports leagues, discussing the all-in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
by: Tyler Greenawalt — USA Today: Jets Wire 20h
Breshad Perriman is setting high expectations for himself before even putting on a Jets jersey. The newly-signed wideout told reporters Friday that his five-game stretch to end the 2019 season with…
As Jets’ Breshad Perriman replaces Robby Anderson, he vows to prove doubters wrong with ‘a season to remember.’ Can he back up the talk? - nj.com
by: Darryl Slater | firstname.lastname@example.org — NJ.com 23h
Will Breshad Perriman be able to produce enough for the Jets in 2020?
by: N/A — SNY: The Jets Blog 4 Apr
The 25-year-old Cooper and the Cowboys recently agreed to a five-year, $100 million contract.
by: Geoff Magliocchetti — Empire Sports Media 4 Apr
Good things happen when you stay at home. Just ask the New York Jets, who are set to open their second decade at MetLife Stadium this fall.
by: Gary Phillips — Forbes 3 Apr
Gang Green is gambling on Breshad Perriman leading its receiving core after less than half of a strong season.
by: Brian Costello — New York Post 3 Apr
The Jets have not drafted a wide receiver in the first round since 2001 when they took Santana Moss. Is this the year they change that? It has become the central question of the Jets’ draft — do
by: N/A — SNY: The Jets Blog 2 Apr
The Jets only started their rebuilding project during free agency, and it's clearly far from finished. There is work to be done in several key areas, including at cornerback, receiver, and along the offensive line.
by: Brian Rudman — Fansided: The J-E-T Press 2 Apr
With the first phase of 2020 free agency behind us, the NY Jets offense still has some pieces to add but should not be overlooked. NY Jets' general manager...
by: Ryan Honey — Elite Sports NY 2 Apr
The New York Jets, along with general manager Joe Douglas, looked into potential trades for DeAndre Hopkins and Stefon Diggs.