NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah believes the Jets have plenty of options next week with their second first-round pick, No. 23 overall, but one makes more sense than the others.
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We are another week closer to the NFL draft and teams are making their final preparations.
This is the third of four Jets mock drafts The Post will do
Mark Sanchez believes fellow former Jets quarterback Sam Darnold’s talent can be unlocked by Joe Brady, his new offensive coordinator with the Carolina Panthers.
Sanchez, now an ESPN college
Kirk Herbstreit believes Zach Wilson has the makeup to thrive in New York.
Herbstreit, the ESPN college football analyst, recently spent time with Wilson to film his new TV show “QB21 with Kirk
NFL draft season brings hope to every team’s fan base. It is the time for their team to improve and the time when every fan dreams of future greatness for their picks.
Unfortunately for most teams
Second of an 11-part series. Coming Friday: wide receiver.
All the analytics and experts told Travis Etienne to make one decision.
His heart and mind said to go in a different direction.
A newspaper columnist in Zach Wilson’s home state of Utah penned a piece Tuesday urging the Jets to have a change of heart and not select the former BYU star quarterback in the
The idea of playing in Robert Saleh’s defense was enough to draw two defensive linemen to sign with the Jets.
“I love the way they’re always attacking,” new defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins
The Jets’ first pick is clear. Now, the focus is on what they will do with No. 23 and No. 34 overall. Jets general manager Joe Douglas has a number of different directions he can go with the
Sam Darnold always believed it would work out with the Jets. Right up until the team traded him to the Panthers last week, Darnold thought he could turn things around with the Jets.