RB Joe McKnight, the Jets' fourth-round pick, signed with the team Tuesday.
Jets CB Darrelle Revis, who skipped a voluntary OTA session last week, said he will attend the team's mandatory minicamp June 14-16.
The Jets signed fifth-round pick FB John Conner to a four-year deal, according to a New York Daily News report.
CB Darrelle Revis is said to be in negotiations with the Jets about a new contract, and he's apparently staying away from voluntary OTAs to show how unhappy he is with his contract situation.
The Jets' roster is short on glaring holes, but placekicker could turn out to be a major headache for the club if Nick Folk can't regain the form that led him to the Pro Bowl after the 2007 season.
As some of you know, I have gone a bit against the tide on the Jets this offseason. And I am wondering if they need the distraction of "Hard Knocks" heading into the season.
Just six months after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ACL, Jets NT Kris Jenkins is hoping to return the field for a mandatory June minicamp, which would be a surprisingly quick recovery.
QB Mark Sanchez returned to the field for the first time since undergoing knee surgery as the Jets held their first organized team activity of the offseason Monday.
Scouts said Jets OLG Vladimir Ducasse lacked polish heading into the draft, but he won't be afforded the luxury of learning from afar before getting thrust into a game situation.
The Ravens' relatively low sack total in 2009 is one of many NFL numbers on the mind of PFW's Mike Wilkening.
Here are the players who were chosen by the New York Jets in the 2010 NFL draft.
Reports out of New York say that the Jets have released nine-time Pro Bowl OG Alan Faneca.
Not long after acquiring LenDale White from the Titans, the Seahawks traded for another backfield weapon late Saturday morning, picking up RB-RS Leon Washington from the Jets in exchange for Seattle’s fifth-round draft pick.
The Jets found a luxury in the first round when they added CB Kyle Wilson to an already talented CB corps. They opted to fill a need with their second choice.
A rich defensive backfield went to the bank again on Thursday, as the Jets deposited Boise State CB Kyle Wilson with the 29th overall pick.