The Jets will have their hands full when the 49ers come to MetLife Stadium on Sunday afternoon. San Francisco endured a tough Week 1 loss to the Cardinals in which it held an early 10-point lead, b…
by: Spencer Aber — USA Today: Jets Wire 16 Sep
The Jets’ injured reserve list is growing by the week. New York is up to eight players on injured reserve just one week into the regular season. Le’Veon Bell, Denzel Mims and Blake Cash…
by: KRL — YES Network: JetNation.com 15 Sep
Each week KRL will provide mid week thoughts on the previous game. In case you missed it here was […]
by: Tyler Calvaruso — USA Today: Jets Wire 14 Sep
Things did not go as planned for the Jets in Week 1, as the Bills dominated most of the game en route to a 27-17 victory over New York. The Jets could not get anything going on offense and the defe…
by: Glenn Naughton — YES Network: JetNation.com 13 Sep
Jets fans who spent much of this offseason anxiously awaiting the chance to get a look at the team’s […]
by: Joe Caporoso — Turn On The Jets 11 Sep
Joe Caporoso with a season preview for the 2020 New York Jets and a 30 pack of predictions for the team...
by: Andy Vasquez, NorthJersey.com — North Jersey 9 Sep
The Jets have trimmed their roster down to 53 men. And while it's still a work in progress, we know which players will tell the team's tory in 2020.
by: Tyler Calvaruso — USA Today: Jets Wire 8 Sep
With training camp officially in the books, it’s time to take a step back and evaluate the Jets’ rookie class on a broader spectrum. Training camp was a mixed bag of results for New Yor…
by: Brian Costello — New York Post 8 Sep
The Jets enter the season with $31 million in salary-cap space, according to Over The Cap. Only the Browns and Patriots have more. Fans may wonder, why not spend that money to improve the 2020 team?
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 7 Sep
The New York Jets have re-signed offensive lineman Josh Andrews, tight end Daniel Brown, safety Matthias Farley and cornerback Nate Hairston to the active roster after cutting them over the weekend.
by: Justin Fried — Fansided: The J-E-T Press 7 Sep
The NY Jets have officially placed five players on injured reserve including a pair of rookies. The NY Jets continued the process of finalizing their roste...
by: Al Iannazzone email@example.com Updated September 7, 2020 6:29 PM — Newsday 7 Sep
Some Jets receivers may be getting healthy just in time for Week 1. Breshad Perriman and rookie Denzel Mims could practice on Wednesday when the Jets begin their preparation for Sunday’s game at Buffa
by: Glenn Naughton — YES Network: JetNation.com 7 Sep
The Jets tied up some loose ends regarding their 53-man roster today by adding four players while placing five […]
by: Site Admin — Jets Fix 7 Sep
The Jets have confirmed which players are going onto injured reserve and the players being added back to the active roster: Jets announced they’ve signed OL Josh Andrews, TE Dan Brown, S Matthias Farley and CB Nate Hairston to their 53-man roster....