After three years of disappointment, the Jets have rid themselves of running back Joe McKnight.
Jets' coach Rex Ryan should feel a sense of urgency about this season -- knowing that he must win to save his job. Nevertheless, he says he's "energized" about what's ahead, and he explains why.
A QB battle. A major rebuild on defense. Rex Ryan coaching for his job. Yep, the Jets have issues -- as usual. But after visiting camp, Pat Kirwan says Gang Green is on the right path.
Plenty of rookies will shine in the NFL in 2013, but not just the first-round picks. Several players who were drafted in rounds two through seven will also have a chance to make an immediate impact.
Needing to re-tool a beleaguered offensive line, the New York Jets are scheduled to meet with former Lions offensive guard Stephen Peterman. The former LSU lineman has started every game over the last three seasons and 86 over the last seven years. Peterman was waived in a cost-cutting move in February.
The Detroit Lions agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension with veteran tackle Corey Hilliard on Friday, according to ESPN. The re-signing could signal the departure of starting right tackle Gosder Cherilus. If Cherilus does not return to Detroit, Hilliard could compete with Jason Fox for the starting spot.
Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola reportedly agreed to restructure the final year of his contract on Thursday, according to the Detroit Free-Press. The move could help the Lions get under the salary cap before the start of free agency.
With Matthew Stafford slated to cost Detroit more than $20 million against the cap this year, the Lions hope to extend his contract and lessen the cap hit.

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