Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links April 29, 2014
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- TOJ NFL Draft Night Party: Free, Live Fan Podcast, Craft Beer
TOJ is partnering with RTU Sports, Gun Hill Brewery Co and Five Mile Stone in NYC for a NFL Draft nigh party!
- Gruden on Smith-Vick: Too close to call
Unlike LeSean McCoy, ESPN analyst Jon Gruden doesn’t have a strong feeling about who will prevail in the New York Jets’ quarterback competition. In a conference call Tuesday with reporters, Gruden was non-committal on Geno Smith versus Michael Vick, although he suspects Smith would be the Week 1 starter if it’s a close battle.
“I wish I could answer that,” Gruden said. “It’s a two-horse race. It might be a photo finish. You might have to ask me this after we see the preseason.
- Joe Namath On Jet Nation Radio
Joe Namath joins us on Jet Nation Radio this week, along with your hosts Brandon Dowling, Angelo Berkowitz and Tom Shane. Listen in as they ask Joe for his opinions on the state of the New York Jets, the upcoming draft class and they look back at some all-time great Jets memories. The show will […]
- NFL Draft – Five Trades The New York Jets Could Make
Dalbin Osorio with five potential trades for the New York Jets during the NFL Draft
- Jets draft preview: Wide receiver
This is the second installment in a position-by-position analysis of the New York Jets as they prepare for the draft:
Position: Wide receiver
Current personnel: Eric Decker (signed through 2018), Jeremy Kerley (2014), Stephen Hill (2015), David Nelson (2014), Jacoby Ford (2014), Clyde Gates (2014), Greg Salas (2014), Saalim Hakim (2015), Michael Campbell (2014), Dwight Jones (2016).
Projected starters: Decker, Kerley.
Newcomers: Decker, Ford.
Departures: Santonio Holmes (cut), Josh Cribbs (free agent).
- Daily draft dish: Anthony raises Barr
With draft day (May 8 ) rapidly approaching, we’ll whet your appetite with a daily factoid, courtesy of ESPN Stats & Information. We’ll keep it New York Jets-centric, sticking to team needs, possible selections, trends, etc.
One of the most polarizing players in the draft is UCLA pass rusher Anthony Barr, a former fullback who didn’t make the switch to defense until 2012. Some talent evaluators see him as a work-in-progress risk, but it’s hard to quibble with his production.
- New York Jets Draft Video – 2014
Draft day is almost here! Where will the New York Jets go in Round One? Wide receiver, cornerback, tight end? Courtney Aurillo discusses some of the possible names the Jets could call on draft day. Let us know what you think in the comments below or in our NY Jets forums. Who do you want […]