Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 26, 2013
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- Rex Ryan Combine 1-on-1
Jets HC says his Team will “Let the Fur Fly” with an Attacking, Aggressive Style in All Phases
- 2013 NFL Combine: Day 3 Recap
Chris Gross with a recap of day 3 of the NFL Combine. Results and analysis from Monday’s tests in Indianapolis.
- New York Jets – The TOJ-Bag – Volume 1
Mike Donnnelly with his inaugural “TOJ Bag” – Answering your semi-serious important questions about the New York Jets
- Tension Rises Between Revis And The Jets
The Darrelle Revis saga continues as stories are coming out of the NFL combine in Indianapolis about friction between himself and Jets executives, along with more trade rumors. The New York Daily News reports that Jets general manager John Idzik met with a number of player’s agents but not Revis’: The Jets’ contingent, which included [...]
- Film Room – Lifting The Lid On The Real Marty Mornhinweg
Steve Bateman goes into the film room to take a closer look at Marty Mornhingweg’s offense
- JetNation Radio Tonight (Tues 2/26 at 8pm)
Click here to listen live at 8pm. JetNation.com proudly presents: “JetNation Radio” (@JetNationRadio). Come join your hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch as they discuss all things Jets. Should Rex Ryan have been fired? Is John Idzik the right general manager to lead the organization? What should the team do with Darrelle Revis? Who’ll be [...]
- Plenty of speed rushers for Jets
With the ninth pick in the draft, the Jets could be looking for an edge rusher/outside linebacker. With that in mind, the top 40-yard dash times for linebackers/defensive linemen (Monday at the scouting combine) are listed below:
Trevardo Williams, Connecticut — 4.57
Barkevious Mingo, LSU — 4.58
Margus Hunt, SMU — 4.60
Dion Jordan, Oregon — 4.60
Corey Lemonier, Auburn — 4.60
Notables: Ziggy Ansah, BYU — 4.63; Bjoern Werner, Florida State — 4.
- New York Jets Potential Draft Targets: Cornerback
The TOJ NFL Draft team takes a look at some potential cornerback targets for the New York Jets in this year’s draft.
- Brady’s new deal and how it impacts Jets
Patriots QB Tom Brady agreed to a three-year, $27 million contract extension on Monday (through 2017). A few quick thoughts from a Jets perspective:
1. CAP ROOM: The biggest impact on the Jets is that it gives the Patriots salary-cap flexibility — a total of $15 million in cap relief in 2013 and 2014. This will allow them to re-sign their own free agents and be active in the free-agent market.
The biggest beneficiary could be WR Wes Welker, who is due to become an unrestricted free agent.
- Can Sanchez Fend Off a QB Change?
Jets Plan on Adding Competition at Quarterback as they Move to a West Coast Attack
- Jets meet with QB Barkley
Each team is allowed to conduct up to 60 formal player interviews at the combine (15 minutes apiece), and the Jets used one of theirs on USC Matt Barkley, certainly one of the most interesting players in the draft.
The Jets were among nine teams to interview Barkley, according to SI.com.
Barkley is projected as a possible first-round pick, but his stock could fluctuate in the coming weeks, depending on how he performs at his pro day. He didn’t throw at the combine because he’s still rehabbing a shoulder injury.