The Jets should have plenty of last year's team back for 2011, but with so many veterans set to be free agents when the doors reopen, there are still question marks surrounding the Gang Green.
The Jets have a real interest in adding WR Randy Moss to their receiving corps, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.
He may not be their top priority, but the Jets aren't done with CB Antonio Cromartie yet.
The Jets are reportedly planning to let CB Antonio Cromartie walk and focus on re-signing free-agent WRs Santonio Holmes and Braylon Edwards.
Both Braylon Edwards and Santonio Holmes were rolls of the dice by the Jets over the past year, and now they have a chance to lead their team to the Super Bowl.
Three of the Jets' top WRs - Santonio Holmes, Braylon Edwards and Brad Smith - are set to be free agents, and it's unlikely that all three will return in 2011.
Each Wednesday throughout the season we'll identify one player, coach or area of the team that is most under the microscope. This week, CBs Devin McCourty and Kyle Arrington are the choice.
Jets WR Braylon Edwards was scheduled to be in court on Tuesday for a meeting with the judge on his DWI charge, but it was adjourned until March 7.
The internet and a voyeuristic society have made great bedfellows, and everything, including a video reported to involve Rex Ryan and his wife, is fair game these days.
Braylon Edwards' DWI case was adjourned until Jan. 11, giving the Jets' receiver's attorney and the Manhattan D.A. office time to file motions.
The Jets announced before their Sunday night game against the Dolphins that WR Braylon Edwards will be benched for the first quarter.
One NFL insider says the 49ers' players are still believing in head coach Mike Singletary, but more losses like Sunday's 31-10 blowout loss at Kansas City, could erode their confidence in him.
Jets WR Braylon Edwards apologized in a statement Wednesday, more than a day after he was arrested for DWI.
Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum told the Associated Press that WR Braylon Edwards will be active for the Jets' game Sunday night in Miami following his DWI arrest Monday night.
Multiple reports have surfaced identifying Jets OLT D'Brickashaw Ferguson and DLE Vernon Gholston as the passengers in WR Braylon Edwards' car when Edwards was charged with a DWI.