An open letter to the New York Jets: Don’t do it.Don’t draft Zach Wilson.Give the kid a break; pick someone else.The Ohio State quarterback, for instance.Or whoever that guy is from North Dakota State.When the Jets traded away Sam Darnold to the Panthers to move up to the second pick — thus, ending their latest quarterback fail — the New York Post ran a headline: “The Jets now belong to Zach Wilson.” Thanks for nothing.
The 2021 NFL Draft will be held in person, which means top prospects will take the stage alongside Commissioner Roger Goodell and get to put the hat of the franchise that picked them on their head.The 2021 collection of New Era draft caps they will wear dropped on Monday.
Overall it’s been a good free agency for the Jets as we added young stars like Corey Davis and Carl Lawson at 2 of the Jets biggest needs.Keelan Cole, Rankins, Joyner and J. Davis all have upside and outside of Joyner, are still young and can improve.
Oops!Something went wrong.Please try again later.Swipe down to close.With the 2021 NFL draft now less than a month away, it’s time to dive deeper into Joe Douglas’ plans to upgrade the Jets roster with an influx of young talent.
Our old buddy Michael Nania joins me today on the podcast for Jets offseason discussion.On the show we discuss the free agent period the Jets just had.Michael tells us his excitement over the Carl Lawson signing.We also discuss some of the moves that didn’t necessarily address major needs but still improved the team.
2021 NFL Draft: Falcons GM Terry Fontenot highlights importance of scouting quarterbacks with No. 4 pick
The popular phrase nowadays when talking about the 2021 NFL Draft is that "it starts at No.4."That's thanks to the Jaguars, Jets, and 49ers likely all going quarterback with their top three selections, leaving the Atlanta Falcons as the relative unknown with the fourth pick.
Editor's note: This is the fourth of 10 prospect profiles on players who could be the Falcons' first-round pick.The Atlanta Falcons enter the draft with one of, if not the most, interesting pick.Not only is this draft unique because it's coach Arthur Smith and general manager Terry Fontenot's first one together, the team also has the No.
As the 2001 NFL Draft was unfolding, the Patriots were sitting with the 50th overall pick in the second round.They had one particular player in their sights.“Matt Light was the guy that we wanted so badly,” former Patriots executive Scott Pioli said on ESPN’s Get Up.
ESPN’s Mel Kiper’s Latest 2-Round Mock Draft: Giants acquire new WR, Jets focus on offense and defense
ESPN NFL Draft analyst Mel Kiper has released his latest two-round mock with the 2021 draft arriving this month.The 2021 NFL Draft is a little over two weeks away.Teams will add new offensive and defensive weapons to the roster; players dreams’ will finally come true.
ALLEN PARK -- ESPN’s Mel Kiper has the Detroit Lions staying put at Pick 7 for LSU wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase in his latest mock draft.Kiper covered two rounds this time around while once again keeping trades on the table.He projected four quarterbacks through the first six selections, with Trevor Lawrence (Jaguars), Zach Wilson (Jets), Mac Jones (49ers) and Trey Lance (Pick 6 to Atlanta via mock trade) off the board before Detroit’s turn.
Oops!Something went wrong.Please try again later.Swipe down to close.Oops!Something went wrong.Please try again later.Swipe down to close.Carolina Panthers quarterback Sam Darnold had lofty goals with the New York Jets.In his first comments since being traded to the Panthers, Darnold revealed he expected to play 20 years with the Jets and win multiple Super Bowls, according to the New York Daily News.
As if the party wasn’t enough evidence.Sam Darnold was sent from the Jets to the Panthers last week in a long-rumored and awaited trade that found the 2018 No.3 overall pick swapping Gotham green for Panther blue.On Monday, Darnold opened up on the trade for the first time since the deal went official, sharing that he feels “relief and excitement” to be a member of the Panthers after a hellish stay with the Jets.
Monday’s NHL Trade Deadline came and went, with only one small move from the Winnipeg Jets.Jets Acquired Jordie Benn… It was widely speculated that Jets’ GM Kevin Cheveldayoff would use the nearly $5 million of cap space he freed up through the Long-Term Injury Reserve to bolster his blue line with an experienced player.
On Monday, former No.3 pick Sam Darnold spoke to the media for the first time since being traded from New York to Carolina.During his time with the media, he discussed his time with the Jets.Darnold entered the NFL with high expectations due to his impressive production at USC.
LAS VEGAS — After suffering a soul-crushing loss in a playoff game in January, this quarterback immediately hinted he might be changing teams in the near future.Who is Aaron Rodgers?After several weeks of soap-opera-type speculation, followed by Rodgers’ brief run as a guest host of “Jeopardy!”, it now appears the NFL’s reigning MVP is staying in Green Bay.
Newcastle Jets finally ended their club-record A-League losing streak as a second-half penalty salvaged a 1-1 draw at home to the similarly off-colour Perth Glory.Since a five-game unbeaten run finished at the end of February, the Jets have been stuck in a miserable rut of successive defeats.