New York Jets

Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Rex Ryan
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense22nd134.9 (8th)183.2 (28th)
Defense11th88.2 (4th)246.7 (22nd)
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Roster
NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateExpCollege
75Aboushi, Oday T6-53086/5/19912Virginia
39Allen, Antonio FS6-12109/23/19883South Carolina
88Amaro, Jace TE6-52656/26/1992RTexas Tech
89Anderson, Colin TE6-424011/21/19891Furman
58Babin, Jason DE6-32675/24/198011Western Michigan
99Barnes, T.J. DT6-73646/14/19901Georgia Tech
95Barnes, Antwan LB6-125110/19/19848Florida International
54Bellore, Nick LB6-12505/12/19894Central Michigan
40Bohanon, Tommy FB6-12469/10/19902Wake Forest
3Boyd, Tajh QB6-12229/25/1990RClemson
32Bush, Josh DB5-112053/5/19893Wake Forest
65Campbell, William G6-43117/6/19912Michigan
18Campbell, Michael WR6-22058/12/19892Temple
66Colon, Willie G6-33154/9/19839Hofstra
98Coples, Quinton OLB6-62906/22/19903North Carolina
85Cumberland, Jeff TE6-42605/2/19875Illinois
55Cunningham, Jermaine LB6-32554/24/19885Florida
56Davis, DeMario ILB6-22391/11/19893Arkansas State
58Davis, Troy LB6-22511/6/19912Central Florida
87Decker, Eric WR6-32143/15/19875Minnesota
48Divitto, Steele LB6-223710/24/1991RBoston College
42Dixon, Brandon CB5-112034/26/1990RNorthwest Missouri State
78Douzable, Leger DT6-42845/31/19867Central Florida
34Dowling, Ras-I DB6-12105/9/19883Virginia
70Dozier, Dakota T6-43124/30/1991RFurman
59Edds, A.J. LB6-42569/18/19874Iowa
93Ellis, Kenrick DE6-434612/10/19874Hampton
51Enemkpali, IK LB6-12617/3/1991RLouisiana Tech
82Enunwa, Quincy WR6-22255/31/1992RNebraska
81Evans, Shaq WR6-12133/7/1991RUCLA
60Ferguson, D'Brickashaw T6-631012/10/19839Virginia
92Finau, Tevita DT6-52881/13/19861Utah
2Folk, Nick K6-122211/5/19848Arizona
61Ford, Patrick G6-63054/11/19901Eastern Kentucky
19Ford, Jacoby WR5-91907/27/19875Clemson
63Freeman, Dalton C6-52916/18/19901Clemson
57Fugger, Tim LB6-42507/1/19891Vanderbilt
8Furney, Andrew K5-102106/23/1991RWashington State
10Gates, Clyde WR6-01976/13/19864Abilene Christian
53George, Jeremiah ILB5-112341/24/1992RIowa State
68Giacomini, Breno T6-73189/27/19857Louisville
64Grady, Anthony DE6-72898/6/1990RMissouri State
25Green, Alex RB6-22206/23/19884Hawaii
15Hakim, Saalim WR5-111882/1/19902Palomar Coll. CA (J.C.)
38Hardin, Brandon FS6-321710/30/19892Oregon State
52Harris, David ILB6-22501/21/19848Michigan
94Harrison, Damon NT6-435011/29/19883William Penn
84Hill, Stephen WR6-42154/25/19913Georgia Tech
62Hyder, Kerry DE6-22805/2/1991RTexas Tech
71Ijalana, Ben T6-43228/6/19894Villanova
33Ivory, Chris RB6-02223/22/19885Tiffin University
37Jarrett, Jaiquawn FS6-01969/21/19893Temple
21Johnson, Chris RB5-112039/23/19857East Carolina
11Kerley, Jeremy WR5-918811/8/19884Texas Christian
26Landry, Dawan SS6-121212/30/19829Georgia Tech
31Lankster, Ellis DB5-91906/3/19875West Virginia
74Mangold, Nick C6-43071/13/19849Ohio State
43McDougle, Dexter CB5-101964/8/1991RMaryland
50McIntyre, Garrett OLB6-325511/26/19844Fresno State
45Miles, Rontez DB6-020211/25/19881California (PA)
27Milliner, Dee CB6-02019/14/19912Alabama
86Nelson, David WR6-521511/7/19865Florida
97Pace, Calvin OLB6-426510/28/198012Wake Forest
83Pantale, Chris TE6-52543/22/19901Boston College
22Patrick, Johnny CB5-111908/17/19884Louisville
24Patterson, Dimitri CB6-02006/18/19839Tuskegee
29Powell, Bilal RB5-1020410/27/19884Louisville
25Pryor, Calvin FS5-112087/2/1992RLouisville
46Purdum, Tanner LS6-32708/15/19845Baker
4Quigley, Ryan P6-31881/26/19902Boston College
79Qvale, Brent T6-73153/11/1991RNebraska
41Reeves, Jeremy DB5-71769/15/19891Iowa State
49Reilly, Trevor OLB6-52451/17/1988RUtah
91Richardson, Sheldon DE6-329411/29/19902Missouri
35Richardson, Daryl RB5-101964/12/19903Abilene Christian
17Salas, Greg WR6-22098/25/19884Hawaii
16Saunders, Jalen WR5-91649/30/1992ROklahoma
72Schlauderaff, Caleb G6-430211/7/19874Utah
6Schum, Jacob P5-112111/21/19891Buffalo
5Simms, Matt QB6-32109/27/19882Tennessee
7Smith, Geno QB6-322110/10/19902West Virginia
44Sudfeld, Zach TE6-72604/18/19892Nevada
77Thompson, Zach DE6-52651/18/1991RWake Forest
1Vick, Michael QB6-02156/26/198014Virginia Tech
30Walls, Darrin CB6-01906/20/19884Notre Dame
96Wilkerson, Muhammad DE6-431510/22/19894Temple
20Wilson, Kyle CB5-101905/30/19875Boise State
67Winters, Brian G6-43207/10/19912Kent State
47Young, Chad RB5-102407/29/1991RSan Diego State
76Zusevics, Markus T6-53004/25/19893Iowa
Roster Analysis
TeamOLine Avg. HtOLine Avg. WtDLine Avg. HtDLine Avg. WtAvg. AgeYoungestOldest
N.Y. Jets6-5310.86-4307.525.32134
 
 
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Position Listing
Geno Smith
News
Jets receiver David Nelson told CBSSports Radio that the entire team views Geno Smith as the starting quarterback.

"For all of us, it’s Geno’s team," Nelson said. "And from what we’ve been told and what we’ve been working toward, it’s Geno’s team, and Mike Vick is coming in to kind of (fill) a supporting role. If anything happens to Geno, we have a proven starter and a proven winner backing him up. That’s the direction we’re moving."

The New York Daily News said the real question is what happens if Smith doesn't perform up to expectations in the preseason. Vick could still unseat him, the paper said.

Sheldon Richardson
News
The awards for the 2013 NFL season were announced Saturday, and Packers running back Eddie Lacy and Jets defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson won rookie of the year honors for offense and defense, respectively.

Lacy, the 61st overall pick out of Alabama, had 284 carries for 1,178 yards (4.1 yards per carry), with 11 touchdowns in his first year in the league. Richardson, a first-round pick out of Missouri, registered 77 tackles and 3.5 sacks while starting all 16 games this season for the Jets.
Darrin Walls
News
The Jets announced they have re-signed a pair of impending free agents Wednesday, inking defensive backs Ellis Lankster and Darrin Walls prior to their entrance to free agency.

Lankster spent most of the 2013 season on special teams, recording 20 tackles in kick coverage. Walls spent more of his time on defense, finishing with 24 tackles and five passes defended in 16 games. 

Matt Simms
News
The Jets have finished up their minicamp and are off until training camp. With that in mind, the Newark Star-Ledger broke down some studs and duds from all the offseason work.

The studs include receivers Stephen Hill and David Nelson, offensive lineman Oday Aboushi, cornerback Dexter McDougle and safety Calvin Pryor .

The duds were quarterbacks Michael Vick and Matt Simms and offensive lineman Willie Colon.

Greg Salas
News
The following players on the injury report were labeled active for the Jets in Week 15 against the Panthers in Carolina: defensive back Antonio Cromartie (hip, concussion), linebacker DeMario Davis (thumb), defensive lineman Kenrick Ellis (back), wide receiver Santonio Holmes (foot, hamstring), wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (elbow), linebacker Garrett McIntyre (knee), wide receiver David Nelson (ribs), safety Ed Reed (not injury related), wide receiver Greg Salas (finger), defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson (wrist) and tight end Kellen Winslow (knee).
Damon Harrison
News
The Jets entered Week 2 with a lengthy injury report for Thursday's game against the Patriots, but all but three players were able to take the field.

The following players, listed as probable for the game, were able to suit up and are active for the game: linebackers Nick Bellore (oblique) and Garrett McIntyre (ribs); defensive linemen Sheldon Richardson (shoulder), Damon Harrison (knee) and Kenrick Ellis (back); defensive back Dee Milliner (hip); wide receiver Clyde Gates (knee) and tight end Jeff Cumberland (chin). 

Saalim Hakim
News
The Saints terminated the contract of Courtney Roby, a longtime special teams ace and a wide receiver for New Orleans. Other contracts terminated: defensive end Jay Richardson, cornerback Chris Carr and safety Jim Leonhard. Center Eric Olsen was placed on Injured Reserve.

In addition, the Saints waived the following 17 players from the roster: quarterback Ryan Griffin, wide receiver Preston Parker, fullback Austin Johnson, wide receiver Saalim Hakim, guard Elliott Mealer, tight end Keavon Milton, tight end Mike Higgins, guard Andrew Tiller, center Jeremiah Warren, linebacker Rayford Shipman, linebacker Rufus Johnson, defensive tackle Isaako Aaitui, safety Jerico Nelson, linebacker Baraka Atkins, tackle Marcel Jones, cornerback Korey Lindsey and cornerback Jumal Rolle.
Stephen Hill
News
Jets receiver Stephen Hill drew strong reviews for his work in minicamp. But the New York Daily News insists the Jets "could be ready to cut bait on their 2012 second rounder who has had two miserable seasons, especially if he can't stay healthy in the preseason." 

Hill was selected under the Mike Tannenbaum regime, so general manager John Idzik "just may cut the team's losses on him," the report said. Hill has 45 catches for 594 yards and four touchdowns through two seasons.

IK Enemkpali
News
The Jets have signed sixth-round pick IK Enemkpali from Louisiana Tech to a rookie contract, ESPN reported Thursday

Enemkpali had 126 tackles over four season as a starter for the Bulldogs, including 17 1/2 sacks. He was a first team All-WAC selection over the last two seasons. 

Jalen Saunders
News
Eric Decker will enter the season as the Jets' top receiver, but who is No. 2? The team did not draft a high-profile wideout. Jeremy Kerley is better in the slot and Stephen Hill can't be counted on, according to ESPN.com. 

That leaves the Jets hoping one or more of the receivers they drafted will develop fast. Fourth-rounder Jalen Saunders is "small and shifty," and fellow fourth-rounder Shaq Evans "had five touchdown catches of 54-plus yards in his career," the website notes. Sixth-rounder Quincy Enunwa "set a Nebraska single-season record with 12 touchdowns, including a 99-yarder in the Gator Bowl."

All will get a chance to state their case in minicamp and training camp.

Brandon Hardin
News
The Jets have signed safety Brandon Hardin to a reserve-futures contract. He had worked out with the team in mid-December after being waived by Chicago in late October.
Quinton Coples
News
Cornerback Ellis Lankster (jaw) is the lone non-probable on a lengthy Jets injury report submitted on Friday. There are nine fellow defenders listed as probable for Sunday against Miami.

They are linebackers DeMario Davis (thumb), Garrett McIntyre (knee) and Quinton Coples (shoulder), defensive backs Dawan Landry (hand), Ed Reed (non-injury related) and Antonio Cromartie (hip) and linemen Kenrick Ellis (back), Sheldon Richardson (finger/shoulder) and Muhammad Wilkerson (wrist).

DeMario Davis
News
Cornerback Ellis Lankster (jaw) is the lone non-probable on a lengthy Jets injury report submitted on Friday. There are nine fellow defenders listed as probable for Sunday against Miami.

They are linebackers DeMario Davis (thumb), Garrett McIntyre (knee) and Quinton Coples (shoulder), defensive backs Dawan Landry (hand), Ed Reed (non-injury related) and Antonio Cromartie (hip) and linemen Kenrick Ellis (back), Sheldon Richardson (finger/shoulder) and Muhammad Wilkerson (wrist).

Jeremy Reeves
No Updates
Tim Fugger
News
The Jets signed tight end Colin Anderson, defensive tackles T.J. Barnes and Tevita Finau, receivers Michael Campbell and Dwight Jones, center Dalton Freeman, linebacker Tim Fugger and safety Rontez Miles to reserve/futures contracts.
Trevor Reilly
News
The Jets announced they've signed seventh-round pick Trevor Reilly, an outside linebacker out of Utah.
Chris Pantale
News
Cornerback Ellis Lankster (jaw) is the lone injured player on the inactive report submitted Sunday by the Jets.

Their healthy inactives are offensive linemen Ben Ijalana, William Campbell and Oday Aboushi, linebacker Jermaine Cunningham, quarterback David Garrard and tight end Chris Pantale.

Dalton Freeman
News
The Jets signed tight end Colin Anderson, defensive tackles T.J. Barnes and Tevita Finau, receivers Michael Campbell and Dwight Jones, center Dalton Freeman, linebacker Tim Fugger and safety Rontez Miles to reserve/futures contracts.
Alex Green
News
The Jets have to figure out who will get the majority of carries this season out of Chris Johnson, Chris Ivory, Bilal Powell, Daryl Richardson, Alex Green and Mike Goodson, reports ESPN.

The report says two of them likely won't make the team, but figuring out the carries could be tough. Johnson averaged 18 rushes per game in his six seasons with the Titans. Ivory averaged 12 per game last season as the Jets' leading rusher. Powell averaged 11 last season. That's a total of 41 rushes for their top three backs.

"Everybody’s goal is to put wins on the board," said Johnson. "We’re not really worried about the carries, who's going to play this down and that down. We’ve all just got one focus and that’s winning."

Kenrick Ellis
News
Cornerback Ellis Lankster (jaw) is the lone non-probable on a lengthy Jets injury report submitted on Friday. There are nine fellow defenders listed as probable for Sunday against Miami.

They are linebackers DeMario Davis (thumb), Garrett McIntyre (knee) and Quinton Coples (shoulder), defensive backs Dawan Landry (hand), Ed Reed (non-injury related) and Antonio Cromartie (hip) and linemen Kenrick Ellis (back), Sheldon Richardson (finger/shoulder) and Muhammad Wilkerson (wrist).

Steele Divitto
No Updates
Zach Sudfeld
News
There is no doubt that Jace Amaro has the potential to be a Day 1 starter for the Jets and work as a mismatch-style tight end, albeit not to the level of Jimmy Graham or even Jason Witten. But if he can beat out the likes of Jeff Cumberland and Zach Sudfeld -- not tough competition -- then Amaro could develop into a much-needed piece of the offense as a short-area outlet for their quarterbacks. 

It's going to take a training camp and preseason full of glowing reports and highlights for him to gain traction with the Fantasy universe. If it happens then he'll be worth considering with a late pick as a sleeper. Otherwise he'll be available off waivers in seasonal leagues. In long-term formats he's worth that late pick and is a late second to early third-round choice in rookie-only drafts. 

Troy Davis
News
The Jets placed linebacker Troy Davis on injured reserve Tuesday. He suffered a chest injury Week 12 against the Ravens.
Antonio Allen
News
Jets third-year safety Antonio Allen has a good chance to unseat Dawan Landry for a starting job, reports the New York Daily News. Landry had 100 tackles, a sack and an interception last year.

"Landry was adequate but unspectacular last season, and the Jets may be hoping to unleash some of Allen’s playmaking ability," the report said. The paper considers first-round pick Calvin Pryor "a lock" to man one safety spot.

Markus Zusevics
News
The Jets signed linebacker A.J. Edds and offensive lineman Markus Zusevics.
David Nelson
News
Jets receiver David Nelson has the chance to be the starter opposite Eric Decker, reports the New York Post.

Nelson, who came to the Jets four weeks into last season after they were hit with injuries, finished 2013 with 36 catches (second on the team) for 423 yards and two touchdowns.

This year, Nelson "appears to be the favorite" for the No. 2 job judging from OTA and minicamp snaps, per the report. 

The starting job is not guaranteed for Nelson. He is battling Stephen Hill and draft picks Jalen Saunders, Shaq Evans and Quincy Enunwa. But Nelson has seniority on those receivers, which could give him an edge.

Eric Decker
News
Eric Decker will enter the season as the Jets' top receiver, but who is No. 2? The team did not draft a high-profile wideout. Jeremy Kerley is better in the slot and Stephen Hill can't be counted on, according to ESPN.com. 

That leaves the Jets hoping one or more of the receivers they drafted will develop fast. Fourth-rounder Jalen Saunders is "small and shifty," and fellow fourth-rounder Shaq Evans "had five touchdown catches of 54-plus yards in his career," the website notes. Sixth-rounder Quincy Enunwa "set a Nebraska single-season record with 12 touchdowns, including a 99-yarder in the Gator Bowl."

All will get a chance to state their case in minicamp and training camp.

Tommy Bohanon
News
Jets wide receiver David Nelson and fullback Tommy Bohanon combined for five catches during a 37-27 win Week 14 vs. Oakland. 

Nelson collected most of the stats between the two, totaling four catches for 32 yards on four targets. Bohanon had one catch for 6 yards on two catches.

The Jets are back in action Week 15 at Carolina.

Ryan Quigley
News
On Monday the Jets waived or released the following players: WR Joe Collins, S Donnie Fletcher, G Patrick Ford, T Trey Gilleo, S Bret Lockett, RB-KR Joe McKnight, G Stephen Peterman, LB Sean Progar-Jackson, P Ryan Quigley, WR Marcus Rucker, LS Patrick Scales, RB Chad Spann, WR K.J. Stroud and WR Rahsaan Vaughn.
Patrick Ford
News
The Patriots re-signed offensive lineman R.J. Dill to the practice squad and released tackle Patrick Ford from the squad.
Ellis Lankster
News
The Jets announced they have re-signed a pair of impending free agents Wednesday, inking defensive backs Ellis Lankster and Darrin Walls prior to their entrance to free agency.

Lankster spent most of the 2013 season on special teams, recording 20 tackles in kick coverage. Walls spent more of his time on defense, finishing with 24 tackles and five passes defended in 16 games. 

Oday Aboushi
News
The Jets have finished up their minicamp and are off until training camp. With that in mind, the Newark Star-Ledger broke down some studs and duds from all the offseason work.

The studs include receivers Stephen Hill and David Nelson, offensive lineman Oday Aboushi, cornerback Dexter McDougle and safety Calvin Pryor .

The duds were quarterbacks Michael Vick and Matt Simms and offensive lineman Willie Colon.

T.J. Barnes
News
The Jets signed tight end Colin Anderson, defensive tackles T.J. Barnes and Tevita Finau, receivers Michael Campbell and Dwight Jones, center Dalton Freeman, linebacker Tim Fugger and safety Rontez Miles to reserve/futures contracts.
Anthony Grady
No Updates
Antwan Barnes
News
Jets linebacker Antwan Barnes, who blew out his knee in Week 5, said he "probably" will be ready for training camp, reports The Star-Ledger. Playing mainly in passing situations, Barnes had two sacks and a team-high 12 quarterback hits before suffering the injury.

Injury
Knee - PUP. Probable for start of regular season
Nick Bellore
News
Jets linebacker Nick Bellore, a special teams ace who had 17 tackles last year, signed his restricted free agent tender of $1.43 million for 2014.
Michael Vick
News
As expected, the Jets gave quarterback Geno Smith the bulk of the first-team reps Thursday. Smith got 13 and Michael Vick got four, reports the New York Post.
Garrett McIntyre
News
The Jets announced they've re-signed outside linebacker Garrett McIntyre, who had 20 tackles and two sacks last year.
Zach Thompson
No Updates
Quincy Enunwa
News
Jets rookie wideout Quincy Enunwa did not finish practice Thursday due to a hamstring injury, coach Rex Ryan told reporters. A sixth-round pick out of Nebraska, Enunwa caught 51 passes for 753 yards and 12 touchdowns last year.
Kyle Wilson
News
Jets linebacker Quinton Coples (ankle), defensive back Antonio Cromartie (hip, knee), defensive lineman Kenrick Ellis (back), defensive back Jaiquawn Jarrett (knee), defensive back Dee Milliner (hamstring), wide receiver David Nelson (hamstring), defensive back Darrin Walls (shoulder) and defensive back Kyle Wilson (concussion) are active for Week 7 against the Patriots. They were all listed as probable on Friday's injury report.
Jeff Cumberland
News
There is no doubt that Jace Amaro has the potential to be a Day 1 starter for the Jets and work as a mismatch-style tight end, albeit not to the level of Jimmy Graham or even Jason Witten. But if he can beat out the likes of Jeff Cumberland and Zach Sudfeld -- not tough competition -- then Amaro could develop into a much-needed piece of the offense as a short-area outlet for their quarterbacks. 

It's going to take a training camp and preseason full of glowing reports and highlights for him to gain traction with the Fantasy universe. If it happens then he'll be worth considering with a late pick as a sleeper. Otherwise he'll be available off waivers in seasonal leagues. In long-term formats he's worth that late pick and is a late second to early third-round choice in rookie-only drafts. 

Andrew Furney
No Updates
Muhammad Wilkerson
News
The Jets have exercised their fifth-year option on defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson, Newsday reported. He's now slated to be a free agent following the 2015 season. The extension is worth nearly $7 million. 
Leger Douzable
News
The Jets announced a pair of signings Wednesday evening, the smaller of which was the re-signing of defensive lineman Leger Douzable to a one-year deal.

Douzable spent the 2013 session with the Jets, recording 19 tackles and 1.5 sacks in 16 games. 

Nick Mangold
News
Five Jets offensive players are listed as probable for Sunday at Miami, including wideouts Santonio Holmes (foot/hamstring) and Jeremy Kerley (elbow).

The others are tackle Austin Howard and tight end Kellen Winslow with knee issues and center Nick Mangold (toe).

Caleb Schlauderaff
No Updates
Daryl Richardson
News
The Jets have to figure out who will get the majority of carries this season out of Chris Johnson, Chris Ivory, Bilal Powell, Daryl Richardson, Alex Green and Mike Goodson, reports ESPN.

The report says two of them likely won't make the team, but figuring out the carries could be tough. Johnson averaged 18 rushes per game in his six seasons with the Titans. Ivory averaged 12 per game last season as the Jets' leading rusher. Powell averaged 11 last season. That's a total of 41 rushes for their top three backs.

"Everybody’s goal is to put wins on the board," said Johnson. "We’re not really worried about the carries, who's going to play this down and that down. We’ve all just got one focus and that’s winning."

Dexter McDougle
News
The Jets have finished up their minicamp and are off until training camp. With that in mind, the Newark Star-Ledger broke down some studs and duds from all the offseason work.

The studs include receivers Stephen Hill and David Nelson, offensive lineman Oday Aboushi, cornerback Dexter McDougle and safety Calvin Pryor .

The duds were quarterbacks Michael Vick and Matt Simms and offensive lineman Willie Colon.

Bilal Powell
News
Despite the presence of Chris Johnson, Chris Ivory and Daryl Richardson in the same backfield, Jets running back Bilal Powell should see plenty of playing time, reports the New York Post. Powell ran for 697 last year and has proven to be durable and versatile, the paper noted.

"Powell has a funny way of being the last running back standing, and it could happen again this year," the paper said, noting Johnson is coming off knee surgery and Ivory has battled injuries throughout his career.

Calvin Pryor
News
Jets first-round pick Calvin Pryor sustained a concussion in Saturday's practice, reports the New York Post. The safety out of Louisville suffered the injury on a kickoff drill.
Chad Young
No Updates
Jaiquawn Jarrett
News
Jets linebacker Quinton Coples (ankle), defensive back Antonio Cromartie (hip, knee), defensive lineman Kenrick Ellis (back), defensive back Jaiquawn Jarrett (knee), defensive back Dee Milliner (hamstring), wide receiver David Nelson (hamstring), defensive back Darrin Walls (shoulder) and defensive back Kyle Wilson (concussion) are active for Week 7 against the Patriots. They were all listed as probable on Friday's injury report.
Tanner Purdum
No Updates
Shaq Evans
News
Eric Decker will enter the season as the Jets' top receiver, but who is No. 2? The team did not draft a high-profile wideout. Jeremy Kerley is better in the slot and Stephen Hill can't be counted on, according to ESPN.com. 

That leaves the Jets hoping one or more of the receivers they drafted will develop fast. Fourth-rounder Jalen Saunders is "small and shifty," and fellow fourth-rounder Shaq Evans "had five touchdown catches of 54-plus yards in his career," the website notes. Sixth-rounder Quincy Enunwa "set a Nebraska single-season record with 12 touchdowns, including a 99-yarder in the Gator Bowl."

All will get a chance to state their case in minicamp and training camp.

Calvin Pace
News
The Jets re-signed 33-year-old outside linebacker Calvin Pace to a two-year, $5 million deal, reports Pro Football Talk. He had 10 sacks, two forced fumbles and 53 tackles while playing every game last season.
Clyde Gates
News
The Jets announced a flurry of moves Tuesday. They first placed wide receiver Clyde Gates (shoulder) and running back Mike Goodson (knee) on injured reserve.

To take their spots on the roster, the Jets signed wide receiver Greg Salas off the Eagles' practice squad and wide receiver/kick returner Josh Cribbs.

The Jets also made an addition to the practice squad by adding running back Miguel Maysonet.

A.J. Edds
News
The Jets signed linebacker A.J. Edds and offensive lineman Markus Zusevics.
David Harris
News
Though defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson led the Jets in tackles with nine Week 12 at Baltimore, linebackers David Harris and DeMario Davis weren't far off. Both had eight tackles, including five solo.

Both players are prolific tacklers. Harris is averaging 7.7 in 11 games. Davis is averaging 7.1.

D'Brickashaw Ferguson
News
Jets left tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson did not look like himself last year, allowing eight sacks and 51 quarterback hurries, according to the New York Post. The paper expects Ferguson, 30, who has never missed a snap in the NFL, to bounce back.

Ferguson has the highest salary cap figure on the team at $11.7 million.

Rontez Miles
News
The Jets signed tight end Colin Anderson, defensive tackles T.J. Barnes and Tevita Finau, receivers Michael Campbell and Dwight Jones, center Dalton Freeman, linebacker Tim Fugger and safety Rontez Miles to reserve/futures contracts.
Jeremy Kerley
News
Eric Decker will enter the season as the Jets' top receiver, but who is No. 2? The team did not draft a high-profile wideout. Jeremy Kerley is better in the slot and Stephen Hill can't be counted on, according to ESPN.com. 

That leaves the Jets hoping one or more of the receivers they drafted will develop fast. Fourth-rounder Jalen Saunders is "small and shifty," and fellow fourth-rounder Shaq Evans "had five touchdown catches of 54-plus yards in his career," the website notes. Sixth-rounder Quincy Enunwa "set a Nebraska single-season record with 12 touchdowns, including a 99-yarder in the Gator Bowl."

All will get a chance to state their case in minicamp and training camp.

Chris Ivory
News
After missing some work with a hamstring injury, Chris Ivory of the Jets was back at practice on Friday according to the New York Post
Ben Ijalana
News
Cornerback Ellis Lankster (jaw) is the lone injured player on the inactive report submitted Sunday by the Jets.

Their healthy inactives are offensive linemen Ben Ijalana, William Campbell and Oday Aboushi, linebacker Jermaine Cunningham, quarterback David Garrard and tight end Chris Pantale.

Jacoby Ford
News
The Jets signed receiver/returner Jacoby Ford, who spent his first four seasons with the Raiders.
Jacob Schum
News
The Buccaneers waived defensive lineman David Hunter, punter Jacob Schum and quarterback Brett Smith.
Jason Babin
News
The Jets signed free agent defensive end Jason Babin to a two-year contract, reports NFL Network. Babin, 34, has 45 sacks over the past four seasons, including a team-high 7.5 with Jacksonville last year.
Jeremiah George
News
The Jets signed fifth-round pick Jeremiah George from Iowa State, ESPN reports. The linebacker is expected to compete for playing time in training camp after leading the Big 12 in tackles during his senior season.
William Campbell
News
Cornerback Ellis Lankster (jaw) is the lone injured player on the inactive report submitted Sunday by the Jets.

Their healthy inactives are offensive linemen Ben Ijalana, William Campbell and Oday Aboushi, linebacker Jermaine Cunningham, quarterback David Garrard and tight end Chris Pantale.

Dimitri Patterson
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Unable to land a high-end free agent cornerback, the Jets "were forced to settle for journeyman Dimitri Patterson as a consolation," notes The Star-Ledger. Patterson, who projects to start opposite Dee Milliner, is on his sixth team in 10 seasons and has played all 16 games just once in his career.

If Patterson falters, third-round pick Dexter McDougle could get a shot.

Willie Colon
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The Jets activated guard Willie Colon from the PUP list. Although he suffered a torn biceps in Week 17 and had arthroscopic knee surgery in late May, Colon is ready to practice.
Ras-I Dowling
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The Jets signed cornerback Ras-I Dowling to a reserve/futures contract, reports the National Football Post.
Nick Folk
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The Jets signed their franchise player, kicker Nick Folk, to a multiyear deal, reports ESPN. He made 33 of 36 field goals last season.
Colin Anderson
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The Jets signed tight end Colin Anderson, defensive tackles T.J. Barnes and Tevita Finau, receivers Michael Campbell and Dwight Jones, center Dalton Freeman, linebacker Tim Fugger and safety Rontez Miles to reserve/futures contracts.
Chris Johnson
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Jets running back Chris Johnson, who had offseason knee surgery, "looked light on his feet, and fast" at practice Thursday, reports ESPN.com. "I haven't really [gone] 100 percent with the team since I have been here so being able to go out there and run and do all the team periods felt good," Johnson said.

The Jets used him on rushing plays and also lined him up wide as a receiver. Johnson fumbled on a running play but overall "seemed right at home," the website said. "I felt good," Johnson said. "I felt no pain or anything like that."

His main competition for carries, Chris Ivory, sat out with a hamstring problem.

Breno Giacomini
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The Jets announced the signing of free-agent offensive lineman Breno Giacomini Wednesday. Giacomini started nine games at right tackle for the Seahawks in 2013 and 16 in 2012. Financial terms of the deal have yet to be announced. 
Johnny Patrick
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The Jets claimed cornerback Johnny Patrick off waivers from the Chargers. Patrick, 25, had 38 tackles, an interception and a forced fumble in 13 games last season.
Jace Amaro
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Jets rookie tight end Jace Amaro is dealing with knee tendinitis but is expected to be on the field when the team resumes practice Tuesday, reports ESPN.com. Amaro was unable to finish practice Sunday.
Dakota Dozier
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The Jets signed fourth-round pick Dakota Dozier, an offensive lineman from Furman, to a four-year deal worth about $2.5 million, reports ESPN.com. Dozier played left tackle in college but is expected to move to guard, the report said.
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Brandon Dixon
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The Jets signed sixth-round pick Brandon Dixon, a cornerback out of Division II Northwest Missouri State, to a four-year deal. The team has yet to sign first-rounder Calvin Pryor and third-rounder Dexter McDougle.
Michael Campbell
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The Jets signed tight end Colin Anderson, defensive tackles T.J. Barnes and Tevita Finau, receivers Michael Campbell and Dwight Jones, center Dalton Freeman, linebacker Tim Fugger and safety Rontez Miles to reserve/futures contracts.
Dawan Landry
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Jets third-year safety Antonio Allen has a good chance to unseat Dawan Landry for a starting job, reports the New York Daily News. Landry had 100 tackles, a sack and an interception last year.

"Landry was adequate but unspectacular last season, and the Jets may be hoping to unleash some of Allen’s playmaking ability," the report said. The paper considers first-round pick Calvin Pryor "a lock" to man one safety spot.

Tevita Finau
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The Jets signed tight end Colin Anderson, defensive tackles T.J. Barnes and Tevita Finau, receivers Michael Campbell and Dwight Jones, center Dalton Freeman, linebacker Tim Fugger and safety Rontez Miles to reserve/futures contracts.
Brian Winters
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Jets guard Willie Colon (calf), center Nick Mangold (ribs), safety Antonio Allen (finger), wide receiver Josh Cribbs (knee), defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis (back), linebacker Garrett McIntyre (knee), tight end Konrad Reuland (knee), wide receiver Greg Salas (knee), cornerback Darrin Walls (shoulder) and guard Brian Winters (ankle) were all cleared to play Week 9 vs. New Orleans. Colon and Mangold were listed as questionable, while the rest of the players were probable.
Dee Milliner
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Despite three benchings in his rookie year of 2013 before coming on strong, Jets cornerback Dee Milliner is not lacking in confidence. In fact, he told the New York Daily News after Saturday practice that there is nobody better in the NFL at his position.

"The best corner in the league? Me," he said. "I ain't gonna say that somebody else is better than me."

Not Darrelle Revis. Not Richard Sherman. Not Patrick Peterson. Not Joe Haden. Dee Milliner.

"Don't care if they've been in the league 10 years and I've been here five months," Milliner added. "That's how it's going to go. I'm the best."

Milliner did earn Defensive Rookie of the Month honors last December.

Josh Bush
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Jets safety Josh Bush is likely to start opposite Dawan Landry, reports ESPN.

The report says the former sixth-round pick is known for his coverage ability, which should make him a nice complement to Landry. Bush is raw, but his skill set translates to the pass-happy NFL, so he should have chances to make plays.

Jermaine Cunningham
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Cornerback Ellis Lankster (jaw) is the lone injured player on the inactive report submitted Sunday by the Jets.

Their healthy inactives are offensive linemen Ben Ijalana, William Campbell and Oday Aboushi, linebacker Jermaine Cunningham, quarterback David Garrard and tight end Chris Pantale.

Tajh Boyd
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With pick No. 213 in the NFL Draft, the Jets selected quarterback Tajh Boyd from Clemson.

Boyd will now be the No. 3 on the depth chart if he beats out Matt Simms behind Michael Vick and Geno Smith. He is a project for the Jets, but he could be an option in 2015 if Vick is gone and Smith struggles.

Boyd was a finalist for the Johnny Unitas and Manning Awards in 2013 after going 283-of-413 passing for 3,851 yards with 34 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in 13 starts. He also had 154 rushes for 400 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Boyd became the first quarterback in ACC history with 30-plus touchdown passes in three seasons and set the conference mark with 107 career touchdown passes.

 
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