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Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Todd Bowles
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense22nd142.5 (3rd)184.1 (32nd)
Defense6th93.1 (5th)234.1 (14th)


Sun Sep 7
W 19 - 14OAK
Sun Sep 14
L 31 - 24at GB
Mon Sep 22
L 27 - 19CHI
Sun Sep 28
L 24 - 17DET
Sun Oct 5
L 31 - 0at SD
Sun Oct 12
L 31 - 17DEN
Thu Oct 16
L 27 - 25at NE
Sun Oct 26
L 43 - 23BUF
Sun Nov 2
L 24 - 10at KC
Sun Nov 9
W 20 - 13PIT
Mon Nov 24
L 38 - 3at BUF
Mon Dec 1
L 16 - 13MIA
Sun Dec 7
L 30 - 24at MIN
Sun Dec 14
W 16 - 11at TEN
Sun Dec 21
L 17 - 16NE
Sun Dec 28
W 37 - 24at MIA


New England12-4-04-2-0
New York4-12-01-5-0
Jets WR Percy Harvin will not accept pay cut
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

Jets receiver Percy Harvin will not agree to a reduction in his 2015 salary, reports CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. 

Harvin is slated to earn $10.5 million this season, something the Jets cannot afford. Teams around the league are interested signing Harvin to a short-term deal. With his expensive contract, though, the Jets will be hard-pressed to find a suitor interested in trading Harvin. 

The Seahawks traded Harvin to the Jets for a conditional pick during the 2014 season. 

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Report: CB Kyle Wilson not expected back with Jets
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

The Jets are not expected to bring back cornerback and former first-round pick Kyle Wilson, according to a report from Newsday.

Wilson was taken with the 29th overall pick in the 2010 draft but mostly underachieved during his tenure with the Jets. With his rookie deal complete, Wilson will hit the free agent market when the new league year begins on March 10.

Wilson logged zero starts in 2014 and totaled 26 tackles, one sack and one pass deflection.  

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Report: Patriots eyeing Percy Harvin situation in New York
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

If the Percy Harvin declines to restructure his contract and is cut by the Jets, the Patriots are expected to show interest if the speedy wideout hits the market, per CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.

Harvin was traded to the Jets in October for a conditional pick. That pick will escalate to a fourth-rounder, if he is still on the New York roster by March 19, and will drop to a sixth-rounder if the Jets part ways with by that date.

The 26-year-old Harvin hauled in 29 passes for 350 yards after joining New York. He is owed $10.5 million next season.

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Report: Jets LB David Harris drawing interest if he hits free agency
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Jets linebacker David Harris is already drawing interest from a few teams and he has yet to hit free agency. According to ESPN, if Harris becomes a free agent, both the Falcons and Bears would be interested in bringing the veteran linebacker to their team.

Harris played all 16 games in 2014, totaling 124 tackles with 5 1/2 sacks and two forced fumbles. In his eight-year career, Harris has missed a total of just five games, amassing 884 tackles with 30 sacks and six interceptions.

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Agent: People are trying to push Julius Thomas away from Broncos
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Frank Bauer, Julius Thomas' agent, told reporters before the annual players' union-agent meeting Friday that people are trying to push his client away from the Broncos, per the Denver Post.

"The Broncos came to me, we tried to get it done, it didn't work," Bauer said. "Does Julius love Denver? Yes. Does Julius love the fans there? No question. Does he love the organization and the community? Look at what he does for kids in that town.

"But for some reason people are trying to tear him down. In my opinion what they're doing by tearing him down is pushing him away."

Bauer also revealed that Thomas was nursing a torn ligament in addition to an ankle sprain, which kept him sidelined three games during the final stretch of the season. Thomas finished 2014 with 489 yards and 12 touchdowns.

"The inner circle of the NFL -- not all the people talking on the outside, the guys who make the decisions -- they believe he's a unique and elite tight end," Bauer said. "Performance dictates every athlete's future. He is the best in the red zone. He is young. He has upside, as the inner circle would say.

"Yes, he got a high ankle sprain that was a concern because the first time he had a high ankle sprain it was later diagnosed as (ligament) tears."

Talks between both sides broke off last summer when Denver offered Thomas a five-year deal, worth $40 million. Bauer remains hopeful that talks will resume negotiations before March 10 when Thomas becomes an unrestricted free agent. According to NFL.com, the Raiders, Jets, Falcons and should all be in play if he hits the open market.

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