New York Jets

Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Todd Bowles
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense22nd142.5 (3rd)184.1 (32nd)
Defense6th93.1 (5th)234.1 (14th)
2015 Draft
16Leonard WilliamsDTUSC
237Devin SmithWROHIOST
382Lorenzo MauldinOLBLVILLE
4103Bryce PettyQBBAYLOR
5152Jarvis HarrisonOGTXAM
7223Deon SimonDTNWST


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Jets sign WR Austin Hill; release kicker Andrew Furney
by Sean d'Oliveira |

The Jets reached a contract agreement with wide receiver Austin Hill on Tuesday, the team announced. Hill was an undrafted free agent.

To make room for Hill on the roster, the Jets parted ways with kicker Andrew Furney.

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Report: Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson will report to camp
by Sean d'Oliveira |

Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson has no intention of holding out of training camp, a source told the New York Post.

Wilkerson has expressed his desire to work out a long-term contract before reporting to training camp, which begins Wednesday. Wilkerson did not attend the team's voluntary offseason program while waiting for a new deal, but he did report to mandatory minicamp in June.

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Brandon Marshall: The Jets will be my last team
by Michael Hurcomb |

When answering questions on Twitter on Thursday, wide receiver Brandon Marshall said he expects to retire with the Jets.

“If I’m cut tomorrow, I’ll retire. This will be my last team," he wrote, per the New York Post. "After Jets, I'm done."

The 31-year-old receiver was acquired in a trade with the Bears in March. He is due to make $26 million over the next three seasons.

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Jets LB coach speaks highly of fourth-year pro Quinton Coples
by Michael Hurcomb |

Jets outside linebackers coach Mark Collins likes what he has seen thus far from former first-round pick Quinton Coples, who is entering his fourth season in the NFL.

"He plays with very good violence," Collins said, per "He can set the edge in the run. He can finish plays in the run game. He can push the pocket. He can affect the quarterback. It doesn't mean he's always going to sack the quarterback, but he can affect the quarterback. I definitely think his arrow is pointing up." 

Coples numbers through the first three seasons haven't been eye-popping, but Collins isn't getting caught up too much in the numbers game and Coples is expected to rush the passer a lot more in 2015.

"I think in a lot of ways, numbers sometimes can be overrated," Collins said. "He does a lot of things. He may not have great sack production, but he does a lot of other things very well. I know he has aspirations to change that production, and I have full confidence that he will. But I think there are a lot of things that he does well." 

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