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.
Jets first-round pick Muhammad Wilkerson is studying his playbook as he prepares to be the team's five-technique of the future.
The Jets bolstered the defensive line by selecting the versatile Muhammad Wilkerson at pick No. 30.
In the 32nd and final installment of the Draft Dose series, PFW takes a look at 10 teams in need of a defensive tackle.
NFL players were told on Monday evening they could return to work by Judge Susan Richard Nelson, and on Tuesday morning, they did.
The Jets drafted CB Kyle Wilson in the first round in 2010 to play nickel. He struggled and saw his playing time decrease immensely, but he could take over the role in ’11.
The 2011 NFL schedule has been released, and there are plenty of intriguing matchups among the 256 games that kick off on Thursday, Sept. 8 with a meeting of the last two Super Bowl champions.
While the lockout lingers, fans will get a chance Tuesday to see what games will be played if the owners and players settle their differences in time for the regular season.
Alfred F. Kelly, Jr., former president of the American Express Company, will serve as the CEO of the New York/New Jersey 2014 Super Bowl Host Committee.
Former Jets employee Jenn Sterger told George Stephanopoulos of ABC's "Good Morning America" this week that she has "never met" Brett Favre.
Jets WR Santonio Holmes still wants a long-term contract, and doesn't plan to sign his restricted free-agent tender.
Vladimir Ducasse didn't have an opportunity to prove himself during his rookie season, but he is expected to get thrust into the spotlight as the team's right tackle in 2011.
Mark Brunell, who originally filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last June, has reportedly filed a bankruptcy reorganization plan to buy back some of his football memorabilia.
The Jets say that two massage therapists accusing the team of blacklisting them have exaggerated their relationship with the team.