|Offense||10th||116.8 (10th)||253.6 (13th)|
|Defense||4th||83.4 (2nd)||235.2 (13th)|
|40||Bohanon, Tommy||FB||6-1||247||9/10/1990||3||Wake Forest|
|8||Bullock, Randy||K||5-9||206||12/16/1989||4||Texas A&M|
|31||Cromartie, Antonio||CB||6-2||210||4/15/1984||10||Florida State|
|56||Davis, Demario||ILB||6-2||239||1/11/1989||4||Arkansas State|
|47||Davis, Kellen||TE||6-7||265||10/11/1985||8||Michigan State|
|78||Douzable, Leger||DE||6-4||284||5/31/1986||8||Central Florida|
|94||Harrison, Damon||NT||6-4||350||11/29/1988||4||William Penn|
|33||Ivory, Chris||RB||6-0||222||3/22/1988||6||Tiffin University|
|49||Jones, Taiwan||LB||6-3||252||12/1/1993||R||Michigan State|
|11||Kerley, Jeremy||WR||5-9||188||11/8/1988||5||Texas Christian|
|54||Lattimore, Jamari||LB||6-2||229||10/6/1988||5||Middle Tennessee State|
|74||Mangold, Nick||C||6-4||307||1/13/1984||10||Ohio State|
|15||Marshall, Brandon||WR||6-4||230||3/23/1984||10||Central Florida|
|42||Martin, Ronald||SS||6-2||220||2/26/1993||R||Louisiana State|
|45||Miles, Rontez||SS||6-0||202||11/25/1988||1||California (PA)|
|97||Pace, Calvin||OLB||6-4||265||10/28/1980||13||Wake Forest|
|4||Quigley, Ryan||P||6-3||188||1/26/1990||3||Boston College|
|22||Ridley, Stevan||RB||5-11||220||1/27/1989||5||Louisiana State|
|7||Smith, Geno||QB||6-3||221||10/10/1990||3||West Virginia|
|26||Walls, Darrin||CB||6-0||190||6/20/1988||5||Notre Dame|
|20||Williams, Marcus||CB||5-11||196||3/24/1991||2||North Dakota State|
|67||Winters, Brian||G||6-4||320||7/10/1991||3||Kent State|
|39||Allen, Antonio (IR)||DB||6-1||210||9/23/1988||4||South Carolina|
|88||Amaro, Jace (IR)||TE||6-5||265||6/26/1992||2||Texas Tech|
|53||Catapano, Mike (IR)||DE||6-4||270||8/17/1990||3||Princeton|
|66||Colon, Willie (IR)||G||6-3||315||4/9/1983||10||Hofstra|
|2||Folk, Nick (IR)||K||6-1||222||11/5/1984||9||Arizona|
|37||Jarrett, Jaiquawn (IR)||FS||6-0||196||9/21/1989||4||Temple|
|17||Owusu, Chris (IR)||WR||6-2||200||1/6/1990||4||Stanford|
|19||Smith, Devin (IR)||WR||6-1||199||3/3/1992||R||Ohio State|
|30||Stacy, Zac (IR)||RB||5-9||224||4/9/1991||3||Vanderbilt|
|44||Sudfeld, Zach (IR)||TE||6-7||260||4/18/1989||3||Nevada|
|Anderson, Joe||WR||6-1||196||11/21/1988||2||Texas Southern|
|50||Barnes, Deion||LB||6-4||255||1/20/1993||R||Penn State|
|Harrison, Jarvis||G||6-4||330||12/25/1991||R||Texas A&M|
|Okoye, Lawrence||DE||6-6||304||10/6/1991||2||No College|
|Saxton, Wes||TE||6-4||235||8/13/1993||R||South Alabama|
|Short, Kevin||DB||6-2||185||3/23/1992||R||Fort Scott CC KS|
|Simon, Deon||DT||6-4||332||7/6/1990||R||Northwestern State-Louisiana|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Smith was battling for the Jets starting quarterback job with Ryan Fitzpatrick before breaking his jaw during the preseason. Fitzpatrick went on to have the best season of his career, and Smith only saw the field when a thumb injury forced Fitzpatrick out of the game against the Raiders. Smith is entering the last year of his rookie deal, though his base salary is only $675,000, which should help him to finish out his deal with the Jets, likely as a backup.
Henderson suffered the injury during Thursday's preseason loss to the Lions. He will be out for a week because of the setback.
Last season, Henderson recorded 112 tackles, four sacks, two interceptions and a forced fumble in 14 games.
Shortly after it was discovered that he'd be suspended for the first four games of the 2015 season for violating the NFL's policy on substances of abuse, Richardson was arrested for taking part in a high-speed race in St. Louis. He may open the season with a suspension for a second straight year, but he'll likely escape with a ban that lasts fewer than four games. Richardson will be playing for a new contract in 2016, after notching five sacks in 11 appearances during the 2015 season.
Sudfeld is dealing with a knee injury and coach Todd Bowles said Sudfeld is undergoing tests on the knee and he said it may be more than a minor injury, reports ESPNNewYork.com.
Meanwhile, a toe injury prevented Walls from participating Thursday.
Additionally, the 49ers placed G/C Daniel Kilgore on the PUP list to start the season and WR DeAndre Smelter on the NFI list. The team also placed WR Dres Anderson and LB Desmond Bishop on injured reserve.
The move was not a surprise, considering Harrison has been working out with the team during voluntary camps. He tallied 30 solo tackles last season for New York.
This move was considered a formality as Stacy was expected to miss the rest of the season after fracturing his ankle during last Thursday's game against the Bills. Bilal Powell and Stevan Ridley will likely see a few extra opportunities out of the backfield with Stacy now out, but unless starting running back Chris Ivory goes down with an injury, neither should be expected to be a reliable fantasy contributor.
"Every time I step on the field now it's with purpose and with extra vigor that I never really had," Catapano said. "It feels great. I feel better than ever."
Catapano played in 15 games during his rookie season in 2013 and he totaled four tackles and one sack. He said he's ready to surpass that in 2015.
"I'm ready to show that I offer a lot to this team. I'm ready to step up in big situations and starting situations," Catapano said. "I just want to keep getting better every day… and play to the best of my abilities."
After posting consecutive seasons with at least 107 tackles, Davis fell off and only recorded 90 this season despite playing in all 16 games. He'll be a free agent this offseason and he'll likely find a landing spot as an inside linebacker, allowing him to pile up tackles.
Ridley spent the first half of the season on the PUP list and he struggled greatly in his first six games, indicating he wasn't likely fully recovered from his ACL injury. However, in his last two games, he averaged four yards per carry and appeared to be much closer to his pre-injury form. He'll be a free agent this off-season, and he'll hope to find a role in a RBBC. Depending on his landing spot, he has some sleeper appeal as he'll have a full off-season without having to rehab his knee.
In the last drive of the game, Thompkins had a ball knocked free from his grasp on the play he could've easily turned into a game-winning touchdown. Over the last three seasons, he has 427 receiving yards and no touchdowns, and he'll hope to latch on to a roster as a fourth or fifth receiver.
Sudfeld suffered a knee injury during practice last week. In 16 games last season, Sudfeld caught five passes for 85 yards.
Although Blake Bortles through 40 passes in this game, Gilchrist failed to record an interception in his third straight contest. In addition, he now has recorded fewer than four tackles in five of his last seven games.
The team has also announced the activation of defensive lineman Kevin Vickerson from the active/physically unable to perform list.
With his performance in this game, Decker has now posted at least 1,000 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns for the third time in the last four seasons. Next year, he'll be in the third of a five-year contract with the Jets and will likely be a top-18 fantasy option at wide receiver on draft day.
Owusu being waived comes while he's trying to overcome a concussion. If no team claims him off waivers, Owusu will revert to the Jets' injured reserve list. In a corresponding roster move, the Jets activated running back Stevan Ridley on Friday.
Enunwa just completed the first of a three-year contract with the Jets. With the Jets leaning heavily upon Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker in the passing game, Enunwa saw between three and four targets in the majority of his games, and he ended the season with 315 receiving yards. It's unlikely that he'll be drafted in standard-size redraft leagues in 2016, but he certainly has run to grow in the Jets offense.
The 31-year-old was frequently burned by opposing wide receivers while failing to intercept a single pass. Although he'll enter the second year of a four-year contract, there's no guaranteed money remaining in his deal, making him a probable candidate for offseason release.
Williams showed improvement throughout his rookie campaign and recorded 2.5 of this three sacks over the last five games of the season. He has three years remaining on his rookie deal, and if the Jets decided to let Muhammad Wilkerson walk in free agency, he'd become an immediate starter. However, if Wilkerson re-signs, the team could have three excellent defensive linemen to form an impressive rotation.
Per Cimini, the Jets' Week 9 starter is "a multiple choice QB question," with options including Fitzpatrick, Smith, Bryce Petty or even a yet-to-be-signed signal-caller. It's a situation to stay away from this week in Fantasy, unless things clear up in short order, which seems like an unlikely scenario here.
Cumberland ended the season with five receptions for 77 yards and only saw a single pass target over his last seven games. Next year, he'll enter the last year of a three-year contract with the Jets. In the current Jets offensive scheme, it's unlikely that he'll ever be featured in the offense.
Bowen has spent his entire career in the NFC East with the Cowboys and Redskins. He entered the league as an undrafted free agent in 2006 and signed with Dallas. After five years with the Cowboys, he signed with the Redskins and spent four seasons before being released this offseason.
In his nine-year career, Bowen has totaled 168 tackles and 12 1/2 sacks.
Revis finished the first of a five-year contract with five interceptions and 33 tackles. Although he doesn't seem to be quite as dominant as he was in his twenties, he still one of the better cornerbacks in the NFL.
Given that Wilkerson suffered the injury in Week 17 and had surgery shortly thereafter, he can safely be ruled out for offseason activities. He does have a shot to be ready for the start of training camp, but with his rookie contract set to expire, it's unclear what team he will be playing for. Even with Sheldon Richardson and Leonard Williams also in the fold, the Jets are believed to have serious interest in ponying up to keep Wilkerson around. The injury might lead to a slight discount, but Wilkerson will inevitably still become one of the league's highest-paid defensive players.
Harvin is nursing a rib injury he suffered during Week 16’s game against the Patriots.
He started out the season as a change-of-pace option for Chris Ivory, but near the end of the season, Powell was the Jets most effective running back before missing Week 17 with an ankle injury. He'll be a free agent this offseason, and although he was productive for a stretch this season, he missed five games due to injury. Due to his lack of a proven track record along with durability questions, he's likely going to sign a contract as a receiving back in a committee. His fantasy value will be directly related to where he lands in 2016.
The 6-foor-3, 250-pound tight end was waived by Green Bay on Monday, about a month after his mistake on an onside kick allowed the Seahawks to come back and win the NFC Championship Game. Bostick spent two seasons with the Packers and registered nine catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns. With the addition of Bostick, the Vikings now have five tight ends on the active roster (Kyle Rudolph, Rhett Ellison, Chase Ford, Ryan Otten).
Although Pryor only played in 13 games this year, he showed improvement in his second season, as he intercepted the first two passes of his career and increased his tackle total by nine from his rookie year. He's clearly in position to continue his progression, especially with head coach Todd Bowles preparing for his second season with the team's defensive system. Pryor's under contract for two more years with the Jets before the team can choose to exercise a fifth-year option in 2018.
If Jeff Cumberland or Kellen Davis are forced to miss time, Saxton would likely be moved from the practice squad to the active roster. He played 12 snaps in Week 4, but was previously removed from the active roster when Sheldon Richardson was reinstated from suspension.
Harrison is the team's starting nose tackle, while Jarrett is a backup safety.
If a team wants to sign Harrison, and the Jets don't match the offer, the Jets would receive a second-round pick in this year's draft due to his tender.
For Jarrett to be signed by an opposing team, they would have to give up a third-round draft choice.
Both contracts are worth $2.356 million.
Playing for two different teams this year, Bullock connected on 19-of-23 field-goal attempts, but will likely have to find a new job as Nick Folk should return from his injury and is under contract with the Jets in 2016. His fantasy value will be dependent upon where he ends up next year.
Pace has not put up huge tackle numbers this year, but he does have three sacks and is available for IDP consideration if you need help.
With the Jets needing a fourth quarter touchdown to clinch a playoff spot, Fitzpatrick threw three interceptions in that final quarter, and the team will now be home for the postseason. However, he finished the best season of his career, throwing 31 touchdown passes with 15 interceptions,and he'll project to be a solid starting fantasy option in 2016.
The third-year pro spent the last two seasons with Kansas City, and is currently listed as Lavonte David's primary backup at weakside linebacker on the Bucs depth chart. However, Martin figures to see the bulk of his playing time on special teams, where he excelled in 2014 over 321 snaps while with the Chiefs.
Davis finished his eighth season in the league with three receptions for 18 yards and a touchdown. He'll be a free agent this off-season and hope to land a spot as part of a team's tight end rotation.
In his age-31 season, Harris posted his fourth straight year with at least 108 tackles. In 2016, he'll be in the second of a three-year deal and should continue to be an excellent fantasy option based on his triple-digit tackle ability.
With both Bailey and Calvin Pryor out this week, look for Rontez Miles to start at safety opposite Marcus Gilchrist on Thursday.
Just before Miles was to make his 2014 debut last December, he suffered what appeared to be a basic calf bruise after a collision with teammate Marcus Williams. He soon realized this was no regular injury. Miles developed compartment syndrome, meaning the blood flow to his calf was restricted because of a buildup of pressure.
Miles was rushed to a hospital and underwent emergency surgery.
"It could've been amputated or the muscle could've been destroyed," Miles said after Wednesday's organized team activities. "It could've been a couple of months or a year or so of recovery, and it would've been hard to come back from that."
Miles has been fighting for a spot on the Jets' roster for the better part of two years. He played in one game in 2013 and was ready for another chance last season before his freak injury. His goal will be even harder now because the safety position is now very crowded, but that won't deter Miles.
"Hey, I can't complain," Miles said. "I'm here and I'm playing football."
With the Jets having the ability to create $1.3MM by cutting Kerley in the offseason, as reported by NJ.com, the team could create more cap space to go after potential free agents this offseason. Based on his role in 2015, it would seem probable that Kerley's seen his last game with the team.
Ivory just completed the first 1,000-yard season of his career, ending the campaign with 1,070 yards. After starting out this season with four straight excellent performances, he clearly slowed down over the course of the year. He'll go into the off-season as a free agent, as his three-year contract has expired. If he's able to secure a role as a lead runner, he'll continue to be a solid weekly option for fantasy teams.
Harvin is nursing a rib injury he suffered during Week 16’s game against the Patriots.
Deals can't be signed until 4 p.m. ET Tuesday.
Williams missed the previous two games with a knee injury, but he was able to practice fully all week in preparation for Saturday's game. However, with Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie fully healthy heading into the marquee matchup, Williams only figures to see the field in obvious passing situations.
The 2015 third-rounder, who recorded a forced fumble in Week 1 prior to being carted off, will sit this one out, but once he returns to action, Mauldin figure to be in line to reclaim his role in the Jets' outside linebacker rotation.
"I understand why people feel that way," Colon said. "My injury report hasn't been the best at times. When people tag that with how old I am, it's easy to say, 'Hey, maybe he should ride off into the sunset.' But I know I have a heart of a lion, and I'm going to determine my own future. I believe I'm the master of my own fate."
Colon is in camp surrounded by much younger players he probably needs to beat out in order to protect his spot on the team.
"Yeah, you do have that sense of anxiety, like, 'Hey, man, this could be the end as a Jet. Or maybe I may be taking my talents somewhere [else],'" Colon said. "I can't think about the what-ifs."
It appeared Folk would be able to return to action later this year despite straining his quad Sunday against the Jaguars, but the Jets ultimiately decided to place him on injured reserve, which opens up a roster spot but brings Folk's season to a close. Randy Bullock will take over as the Jets' kicker moving forward.
Lattimore spent the previous four seasons with the Packers. Lattimore signed with the Packers in 2011 as an undrafted free agent out of Middle Tennessee State. He's played inside linebacker and special teams for Green Bay.
In 2014, Lattimore started five games and totaled 35 tackles.
Amaro will undergo surgery later this week, according to Jets coach Todd Bowles. Amaro had four receptions for 38 yards and two touchdowns last season.
Those on offense are quarterback Tajh Boyd and Matt Simms, wide receivers Clyde Gates and Stephen Hill, running backs Daryl Richardson and Alex Green, tight end Chris Pantale, linemen Brent Qvale and Caleb Schlauderaff.
The defenders imclude defensive backs Rontez Miles, Jeremy Reeves, Johnny Patrick, Dimitri Patterson and Brandon Dixon, linemen Zach Thompson, Kerry Hyder and Tevita Finau and linebackers Garrett McIntyre and A.J. Edds.
Linebacker Antwan Barnes has been placed on the PUP list.
The rookie wideout's season is over and Smith -- who caught nine passes for 115 yards and a TD in 10 games this season -- is thus a candidate to be placed on IR by the Jets.
This is not a big surprise since he did not practice on Friday. Injuries continue to be a problem for Milliner thus far in his career.
At 31 years old, Marshall just completed the best season of his career in his first year with the Jets. His 1,504 receiving yards was just 4 yards short of his career-high, and his 14 touchdowns were two more than he had in any other season. He's under contract with the Jets for two more years, and he'll likely be a top-six fantasy option at wide receiver next year.
The secondary will feature the additions of cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie, nickel corner Buster Skrine and free safety Marcus Gilchrist. Plus, first-round pick Leonard Williams will move into the starting lineup due to Sheldon Richardson's four-game suspension.
"I believe we can be as good as we want," defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson said, per NJ.com. "We can be great. We can be the No. 1 defense in the league. We've just got to come in each and every week improving and do our jobs every Sunday."
The Jets defense is expected to be aggressive, especially with the blitz, under first-year coach Todd Bowles.
"This defense should be a playoff defense," Skrine said. "The defense should get us in the playoffs. We have the defense to it. We've got a lot of talent on this defense. It's just about all coming together."
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