11:06 PM EST, Wed March 04, 2015
Florida Times-Union 2 hours ago
Report has Jets willing to trade Marcus Mariota to Eagles if he falls to sixth pick

Report has Jets willing to trade Marcus Mariota to Eagles if he falls to sixth pick

The conventional wisdom is that if Philadelphia coach Chip Kelly wants to reunite with Marcus Mariota, he has to trade above the New York Jets, who are in the sixth spot. Mariota could fall to the sixth spot if Tennessee doesn’t take him in the second spot because the next three teams, Jaguars, Raiders and Redskins, aren’t looking for a quarterback. The Jets, though, need a quarterback and the speculation is that they will take Mariota if he’s there. read more
Rich Cimini / Jets Blog | ESPN New York 6 hours ago

Jets sign former Cards DE Ronald Talley

Addressing their defensive-line depth before the start of free agency, the New York Jets on Wednesday signed Ronald Talley, who played under Todd Bowles with the Arizona Cardinals in 2013. Talley, who was out of football last season, was a "street" free agent, so he was eligible to sign with any team...

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Newsday 4 hours ago

Jets sign defensive end Ronald Talley before visits by Chris Canty, Kendall Langford

New Jets coach Todd Bowles is focused on shoring up his new defensive line.
New York Daily News 4 hours ago
Ex-Giants DL Chris Canty to visit Jets: source

Ex-Giants DL Chris Canty to visit Jets: source

Veteran defensive lineman Chris Canty, a former Giant who was cut by the Ravens, will visit the Jets on Friday and Saturday.
Chris Canty to visit the Jets

Chris Canty to visit the Jets

The Jets are taking a look at an ex-Giant.
Newark Star-Ledger 5 hours ago

Jets sign defensive end Ronald Talley, who didn't play in NFL last year

Talley played for head coach Todd Bowles with the Cardinals two years ago.
Baltimore Sun 6 hours ago

Ex-Ravens DE Chris Canty to visit Jets on Friday and Saturday, source says

Former Ravens veteran defensive end Chris Canty will visit the New York Jets on Friday and Saturday, according to a league source.
Newark Star-Ledger 11 hours ago

POLL: Should Jets try to bring back Darrelle Revis?

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Bills' trade for LeSean McCoy creates ripples in AFC East

A few quick thoughts on the Buffalo Bills' acquisition of former Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy. (Note: The two teams have agreed to the trade, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, but it can't become official until next week.) 1. New York Jets linebacker David Harris, a pending free agent, just made some extra money. To get McCoy, the Bills traded linebacker Kiko Alonso, the runner-up to Sheldon Richardson in the 2013 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year voting.

The once-great Andre Johnson not a fit for the Jets

The sudden availability of Andre Johnson, who reportedly has received permission from the Houston Texans to seek a trade, has fueled questions about possible interest from the New York Jets. It's understandable, considering general manager Mike Maccagnan's strong ties to the Houston organization and the unsettled state of the Jets' receiving corps. But in this case, the Jets should take a pass. Johnson is one of the most prolific wide receivers in history, a possible Hall of Famer, but he's not right for the Jets.
Jets season ticket prices to remain flat in 2015

Jets season ticket prices to remain flat in 2015

The team announced Tuesday that all prices for season ticket holders will remain flat.
New York Post Mar 3, 2015

Jets give season ticket holders a break with no price hike

The Jets are not increasing prices for their season ticket holders for the 2015 season. The team is notifying its season ticket holders via email on Wednesday that the prices...

Jets won't raise season-ticket prices for '15

The New York Jets announced Tuesday that ticket prices for the 2015 season will remain flat for season-ticket holders. Smart move, considering the product and outcome of last season. Once again, the ticket prices will range from $50 to $162.50, which averages to $114 per ticket. A year ago, that ranked sixth in the NFL. It doesn't include club seats, which are way more expensive. Owner Woody Johnson, in a renewal letter to season-ticket holders, mentions the hirings of general manager Mike Maccagnan and coach Todd Bowles, saying he's "optimistic about the future.
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 3, 2015

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The former Ravens running back settled a grievance with the team in January.

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