The Jets hired former Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore as a consultant, the New York Post reported.
NT Kris Jenkins, who played 10 seasons in the league for the Panthers and Jets, announced his retirement on Wednesday.
Jets rookie DT Kenrick Ellis, whose trial date on a felony malicious wounding charge stemming from an April 2010 incident in Virginia has been continued to Nov. 28 after being slated for next Tuesday, is not a U.S. citizen ...
As the Jets go about deciding which veterans to re-sign, they will have to keep in mind the high amounts of money owed to Darrelle Revis and David Harris in 2011.
New York's attorney general Eric Schneiderman has started an antitrust investigation into the current NFL lockout.
The 'Wildcat' formation came to the NFL nearly three years ago, and while defenses are learning how to stop it, athletic players are coming into the league each year to keep it alive.
Jets WR Braylon Edwards was involved in a minor car accident early Friday morning, according to the Detroit Free Press.
The Giants are set to hire former NFL LB and special-teams standout Larry Izzo as an assistant special-teams coach, according to Mike Garafolo of the Newark Star-Ledger.
The Jets will hold their 2011 training camp at the team facility in New Jersey instead of at SUNY Cortland, the team announced Friday.
Jets QB Erik Ainge told The Associated Press he intends to retire because of injuries.
Brad Smith, the Jets' kickoff return man and "Wildcat" quarterback, plans to explore his options in free agency but said he loves being a Jet.
PFW identifies four players from the AFC East who are ready for coming-out parties in 2011 (clockwise from left) — Roscoe Parrish, Sean Smith, Shonn Greene and Patrick Chung.
As the lockout lingers, it seems that DE Shaun Ellis could stay in New York, where he has spent his entire 11-year career.
Jets QB Erik Ainge, a former fifth-round pick, announced via Twitter that he tore the rotator cuff in his right (throwing) shoulder on Friday.
While Braylon Edwards could still return to the Jets, his uncertain future brings up the possibility that the team would be a suitor for Randy Moss or Plaxico Burress.