Schedule

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@ 22
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vs 13
vs 9
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vs 12
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@ 24
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Fantasy News

  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Receives clearance for camp

    General Manager Mickey Loomis said Tuesday that Maye is "ready to go" for training camp after recovering from an Achilles injury. It's good news for the Saints and Maye, who is expected to replace Marcus Williams at safety after signing a three-year, $28.5 million contract in March. He notched 88 tackles, two sacks and two interceptions the last time he played a full season, so he has an outside shot at achieving fantasy-relevant DB production in 2022.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Joins Saints on three-year deal

    Maye (Achilles) agreed to a three-year, $28.5 million contract with the Saints on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Maye underwent surgery to repair a torn Achilles in early November, but he still proved to be a popular target in free agency. It's unclear if the 29-year-old will be ready to go for Week 1, but when healthy he figures to start at free safety alongside Malcolm Jenkins.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Undergoes successful surgery

    Maye (Achilles) revealed Thursday on his personal Twitter feed that he underwent successful surgery. Maye was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, and he'll now face a lengthy recovery process after he sustained a torn Achilles. The 28-year-old is slated to become a free agent during the offseason and will likely be unavailable to participate in OTAs for whatever team he finds himself on this spring.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Placed on IR

    Maye (Achilles) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Ethan Greenberg of the Jets' official website reports. As expected, Maye was placed on injured reserve after suffering a torn Achilles that will knock him out for the remainder of the season. The 28-year-old safety finished the 2021 campaign with 46 tackles and one sack in just six games played.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Done for season

    Maye will miss the remainder of the season due to a torn Achilles, Al Iannazzone of Newsday Sports reports. This was feared to be a serious injury from the start, and its severity has now been confirmed. Maye, who was playing out the season on the franchise tag, will miss the remainder of the campaign, and his recovery may linger into next season. The 28-year-old safety finishes the season with 46 tackles and one sack in just six games played.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Just five stops in upset win

    Maye notched five solo tackles during Sunday's 34-31 win over the Bengals. Maye was statistically quiet during Sunday's upset win, especially considering that he was coming off a 12-stop performance Week 7. In all five appearances this season, Maye has played 100 percent of defensive snaps. He will be a worthwhile bounce-back candidate heading into Thursday's road matchup against the Colts.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Full practice Thursday

    Maye (ankle) was a full participant in Thursday's practice ahead the Jets' Week 7 matchup with the Patriots, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. The 28-year-old suffered the ankle injury on Sept. 26 versus the Broncos and has been inactive for two straight contests, but he appears like a full-go for this weekend. In three games this season, Maye has 23 tackles, a sack and a pass deflection.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Labeled as day-to-day

    Coach Robert Saleh said Monday that Maye (ankle) is considered day-to-day, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports. Maye suffered an ankle injury during the Week 3 loss to Denver in late September, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him return to practice in the coming days. The 2017 second-rounder is in line to reclaim his starting job at free safety once he's cleared to play.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Facing DUI charges

    Maye (ankle) is facing three charges stemming from a DUI arrest that occurred Feb. 23 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. Maye was charged with driving under the influence, DUI/damage to property and leaving the scene of an accident, for which he has an upcoming Zoom hearing scheduled for Oct. 20. While the legal process plays out, the NFL likely will begin an investigation of its own, particularly to determine any potential violations of the personal conduct policy. Currently, Maye is recovering from a sprained ankle, which has resulted in one DNP and is expected to keep him sidelined 3-to-4 weeks overall.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Set to miss multiple weeks

    The Jets expect Maye to miss 3-to-4 weeks while he recovers from an ankle injury, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. Maye tallied nine tackles while playing 100 percent of the defensive snaps in the Week 3 loss to the Broncos, but he injured his ankle near the end of the contest and will be forced to miss time as a result. The loss of Maye is a costly blow to a New York secondary that is already down another starting safety in Lamarcus Joyner (triceps), who went down with a season-ending injury Week 1. Adrian Colbert and Jarrod Wilson are now the lone healthy safeties remaining on the roster.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Another strong tackling effort

    Maye totaled nine tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's 26-0 loss to Denver. Maye came one tackle short of C.J. Mosley's team-leading total, as two of the few established veterans on the league's youngest roster have kept things from spiraling further out of control for the struggling Jets. The 29-year-old safety set a career high with 88 tackles last season, and Maye's on pace to blow past that total with 23 tackles through three games.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Stuffs stat sheet in Week 2 loss

    Maye had six tackles (four solo), two tackles for loss, a sack and a pass defensed in Sunday's 25-6 loss to New England. Maye did a little bit of everything for a Jets defense that spent extensive time on the field with the offense struggling badly. New York's offensive struggles through two weeks suggest game scripts like this one will likely be common, which should allow the versatile Maye to continue stuffing the stat sheet moving forward.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Eight tackles in season opener

    Maye had eight tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 19-14 loss to Carolina. Maye put aside any hard feelings over his contract dispute with the Jets and delivered a solid performance in the season opener. Only linebacker Del'Shawn Phillips (12) registered more tackles than Maye. The versatile safety provides much-needed security behind the Jets' inexperienced cornerback corps while still finding time to contribute in run support.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Spectacular interception in loss

    Maye had two tackles, an interception and a pass defensed in Sunday's 24-0 loss to Miami. Maye's highlight-reel interception gave Jets fans something to cheer about in what was otherwise another dismal performance from the league's last winless team. He got inside position on the receiver to defend the pass, then pinned the ball against his backside on the way down before finally securing it behind his back after it started roll out of his hand. Maye has been one of the few bright spots for New York, with 34 tackles, two sacks, an interception and four passes defensed heading into a Week 7 rematch against the Bills.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Officially active

    Maye (calf) is officially active for the team's Week 1 contest against the Bills, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. Maye practiced on a limited basis twice during the week, enough to get him ready for the opening contest of the season. He'll pair with Bradley McDougald to start on the back end of the Jets' secondary.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Limited in practice Friday

    Maye (calf) was a limited participant in Friday's practice, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Maye wasn't able to take the practice field Thursday, so it's encouraging to see that he's returned in at least limited fashion. A final decision on his status for Week 1 won't be made until the weekend, but Matthias Farley and Ashtyn Davis would be in line for increased workloads if he were to miss any time.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Downgraded Thursday

    Maye (ankle/calf) didn't suit up for Thursday's practice, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Maye was a limited participant for Wednesday's session, but he was downgraded while adding the ankle injury to his issues. The Florida product's status is worth monitoring, as he's expected to serve as the starting strong safety in 2020. If he's forced to miss Week 1's game against Buffalo, Matthias Farley and Ashtyn Davis could be in line to see an increased snap count.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Bothered by calf

    Maye exited practice early Sunday with calf tightness, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. Maye wanted to finish practice, but head coach Adam Gase decided to proceed with caution. Bennett Jackson and Ashtyn Davis will cover first-team duties while Maye sits out. Heading into his fourth season, Maye is expected to start once he's healthy, although he won't have All-Pro Jamal Adams on his side for the first time of his career.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Stayed healthy in 2019

    Maye finished the 2019 season with 65 tackles and one interception. Maye was able to dress for all 16 games, staying healthy after a shoulder injury limited him to just six appearances in 2018. The 26-year-old safety had a few near-interceptions that he would surely want to have back, but he still turned in a solid campaign overall. Maye and fellow 2017 draftee Jamal Adams should continue to start alongside each other at safety in 2020 barring an injury or trade.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Sports non-contact jersey

    Maye (shoulder) is wearing a red non-contact jersey during Tuesday's practice, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Maye is participating in team drills for the first time since suffering his shoulder injury, albeit with the second team and without full contact. The Jets are taking a cautious approach to the third-year safety's recovery, since Maye is expected to step into a starting role when healthy.
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